“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Ozark, Alabama

Clickable Map of Dale County, Alabama and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Dale County, AL (25) Barbour County, AL (49) Coffee County, AL (18) Geneva County, AL (4) Henry County, AL (34) Houston County, AL (42) Pike County, AL (37)  DaleCounty(25) Dale County (25)  BarbourCounty(49) Barbour County (49)  CoffeeCounty(18) Coffee County (18)  GenevaCounty(4) Geneva County (4)  HenryCounty(34) Henry County (34)  HoustonCounty(42) Houston County (42)  PikeCounty(37) Pike County (37)
Location of Ozark, Alabama
    Dale County (25)
    Barbour County (49)
    Coffee County (18)
    Geneva County (4)
    Henry County (34)
    Houston County (42)
    Pike County (37)
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1Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Atlantic Coast Line Depot
(side 1) The Atlantic Coast Line (ACL) Depot once stood behind Broad Street, nestled close to the tracks between Depot Avenue and Depot Lane. The Alabama Midland Railway, later known as the Atlantic Coast Line, completed its tracks across . . . Map (db m132528) HM
2Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Confederate Memorial
North Face Confederate Dead West Face In memory of the Dale County Confederate soldiers, who fought in the War Between the States from 1861 to '65. South Face These were men who, by the simple manhood of their lives, by their . . . Map (db m36564) HM
3Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — D. A. Smith High School/ Professor D. A. Smith, Principal — Dale County
D. A. Smith High School Dale County The first school building on this site for African Americans was constructed in 1939 and was named Ozark Negro High School. It was replaced during the “separate but equal” period in 1952 and . . . Map (db m132087) HM
4Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Dale Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the memory of those Dale County veterans who died in defense of our country. World War I. Obie A. Alpin • Sam E. Andrews • Marlin R. Arnett • Robert Arrington • Lester Avant • Ivey Y. Beasley • Jere Brown • Mose Canter • Glen . . . Map (db m36561) WM
5Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Dowling - Steagall House
Constructed in c. 1900 by G. P. Dowling, the Dowling-Steagall House is a Classical Revival dwelling featuring a full-height portico with Ionic columns and an elaborate door surround. A judge and prominent businessman, G. P. Dowling organized Ozark's . . . Map (db m36510) HM
6Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Early Ozark/Ozark's Role in the Origin of Fort Rucker
(Front): Early Ozark From 1824, when Dale County was created by an act of the Alabama Legislature, until 1870, the area now comprising the “City of Ozark” was gradually settled mostly by farmers who came and bought the . . . Map (db m65250) HM
7Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Historic Bell
Erected on this site by the Dale County Commission, this bell is made of brass and hung in the clock tower of the courthouse from its completion in 1902 until it was torn down in 1968. The bell was made in 1902 by McShane Bell Foundry Company of . . . Map (db m36565) HM
8Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Merrick's - Woodshop - Ozark / Ozark
Side A In the 1820's pioneers, including John Merrick, began settling in vicinity of present-day Ozark, first called "Merrick's". Dale County formed December 22, 1824. In the 1830's wooden stores and cotton gin were built about one mile north . . . Map (db m36509) HM
9Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Ozark Baptist Church/Church Pastors
(side 1) Ozark Baptist Church This church was organized August 13, 1848, under the leadership of Rev. U.H. Parker at the home of William Andrews, two miles east of Ozark, and called Andrews Church. It was renamed Union Baptist . . . Map (db m132529) HM
10Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — The J.D. Holman House — Dale County
The J.D. Holman House was built in 1912 for Jesse DaCosta Holman and his wife, Susan Dowling Holman, and their seven children. Architect Frank C. Galliher of Montgomery, Alabama, designed the 10,000 square foot, Greek Revival house. The gifted and . . . Map (db m132527) HM
May. 16, 2021