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Historical Markers in Haleyville, Alabama

 
Clickable Map of Winston County, Alabama and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Winston County, AL (27) Cullman County, AL (48) Franklin County, AL (15) Lawrence County, AL (56) Marion County, AL (13) Walker County, AL (9)  WinstonCounty(27) Winston County (27)  CullmanCounty(48) Cullman County (48)  FranklinCounty(15) Franklin County (15)  LawrenceCounty(56) Lawrence County (56)  MarionCounty(13) Marion County (13)  WalkerCounty(9) Walker County (9)
Double Springs is the county seat for Winston County
Haleyville is in Winston County
      Winston County (27)  
ADJACENT TO WINSTON COUNTY
      Cullman County (48)  
      Franklin County (15)  
      Lawrence County (56)  
      Marion County (13)  
      Walker County (9)  
 
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1Alabama (Winston County), Haleyville — City of Haleyville, Alabama
On 20th Street at 10th Avenue, on the right when traveling east on 20th Street.
(Side 1) The Cherokee Indians were here first. They lived under the bluffs, near an area called the “division of the waters.” Richard McMahan established the first permanent settlement here in1820. John Byler completed the . . . Map (db m80558) HM
2Alabama (Winston County), Haleyville — First 9-1-1 Call
On 11th Avenue (Alabama Route 13) north of 19th Street, on the right when traveling north.
The first 9-1-1 emergency services telephone call was made from the office of the mayor on February 16, 1968. Earlier in the year, AT&T, which had a near monopoly in the telephone industry at the time, had announced its plans for launching the . . . Map (db m153209) HM
3Alabama (Winston County), Haleyville — The Byler Road
On 20th Street west of 10th Avenue, on the left when traveling west.
The Byler Road was Alabama's first state road. Governor W. W. Bibb signed into law a bill authorizing its construction December 16, 1819. The turnpike was named for John Byler, its chief promoter. Byler and his associates were directed to build . . . Map (db m153313) HM
4Alabama (Winston County), Haleyville — The Honorable Frank Minis Johnson, Jr.
On 20th Street at 10th Avenue, on the right when traveling east on 20th Street.
Born in Winston County, Alabama in 1918, Frank M. Johnson, Jr. transcended the prejudices of his time and made his mark as one of the great jurists in American history. He married his Winston County sweetheart, Ruth Jenkins, in 1938. During . . . Map (db m80559) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022