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Alexander-Webb-Wilson House

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This house, originally a stagecoach inn, was build in old Erie and moved to Eutaw by Dr. Abram F. Alexander in 1848.  It has four well proportioned two-story columns on  the front and a second floor balcony over the double front doors. Inside features …

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Asa-White-McGiffert-Colson House

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Colonel Asa White built his home with many unusual features such as a two-tiered covered gallery across the front of the house with six doorways to the porches, distinctive millwork, and a dramatic staircase winding to the third floor. The house still …

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Attoway R. Davis Richardson House

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The house is said to have been moved from an original site across the Warrior River in old Erie, the house was newly sited on Main Street and a one-story building exactly the width of the rear structure and resembling the Vaughn house being built acros …

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Beckham-Dye-Palmer House

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This house was built in stages between 1899 and 1909. This was the first house reportedly in Greene County to have electricity. Features of the house include beveled and leaded-paned windows, pine ceilings throughout, and many fine etched-glass mirrors …

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Bethsalem Presbyterian Church

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Bethsalem Presbyterian Church, built in 1833.

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Bird’s Hay Bale Art Farm

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Bird’s Farm is a large field beside Highway 43 that contains many amusing and imaginative creations, most of which were made with large bales of hay. Many motorists driving along Highway 43 between Demopolis and Eutaw have done a double-take when they …

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Captain Edwin Reese House

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The Capt Edwin Reese House, also known as the Basil Hall, is a historic Greek Revival style house in Eutaw. The house is a two-story wood framed building on a raised brick foundation. Four monumental Ionic columns span the front portico. It was built f …

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Coleman-Banks House

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The Coleman-Banks house, also known as the James Oliver Banks house, is the first of four antebellum homes at Eutaw, AL to have original colossal-order porticos.  This house was built c. 1847 by George W. Shawver, owner of the Parapet Hotel.  The house …

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Dew-Abrams House

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Duncan Dew was a well-known planter and business man of Eutaw, AL. He came to Eutaw in 1822 and built this house about 1832. This is a private residence.

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Elliott-Banks House

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Gardner Elliott, a merchant in Eutaw, purchased his three acre lot from Asa White in late 1847.  The framed story-and-a-half rests over a brick basement.  Two rooms on the main level flank a center hall, and upstairs are two loft rooms.  A square-piere …

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Everhope Plantation

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This stunning example of Greek Revival architecture boasts its original heart of pine floors, windows, woodwork, and even its original doorbell!  There is a modern two thousand square foot addition where the proprietor resides, and multiple restored ou …

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First Presbyterian Church of Eutaw

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The First Presbyterian Church of Eutaw was completed in 1851. The church was recorded in the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1933 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

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Greenetrack

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Greenetrack is a gaming complex in Eutaw, offering the best in entertainment and gaming around. Come enjoy all of the different games, amenities and prizes offered at the complex. You can bet on different greyhound and thoroughbred horse races, play so …

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Herndon-Liverman House

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This house was originally constructed in Old Erie by Thomas Herndon in the late 1820’s. An outstanding feature of the house is its interior woodwork, which includes Federal-Style wainscoting and Greek Key designs in the moldings.  This is known in Euta …

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Historic Greene County Courthouse

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The Historic Greene County Courthouse was built in 1839 but, after a fire destroyed the building in 1868, it was rebuilt and completed in 1869. The original plans were used with the exception of a much taller second level, three-sash windows, and wider …

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Kirkwood Mansion

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Kirkwood is a historic plantation home in Eutaw, Alabama. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 17, 1976, due to its architectural significance. Kirkwood is a historic antebellum plantation mansion located in Eutaw. It is a G …

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Littleberry Pippen (Pippen Plantation) House

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This is a private residence- drive by only This one-story wood-frame house, built in the early 1840’s, features a Creole Cottage-style architecture with later Greek Revival modifications. It is one of three similar Creole Cottage-style homes in Eutaw. …

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Magnolia on Main

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This is a private residence- drive by only. William Scears owned the plantation home, Glenville, which was located about three miles from town. He built “Magnolia on Main” circa 1904 as a townhouse for his family to make it more convenient for his chil …

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Mallory-Jones-Shaw Home

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A very fine example of the late Victorian style is this home built in 1905 by Dr. M. L. Malloy. This house combines the pointed arch of the Gothic, a shingled second-floor façade, bay windows, brackets, and even shows the influence Neo-Classic Revival …

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Meriweather-Beinert House

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Meriwether-Steele House

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The Dr. Willis Meriwether House, also known as the Clark-Malone House, is a historic vernacular Greek Revival style house in Eutaw, AL. The house is a two-story wood framed building on a brick foundation.  Six square box columns span the front portico. …

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Mesopotamia Female Seminary

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The original site of the Mesopotamia Female Seminary was just west of Eutaw. In 1889 this building was moved to the present location at the intersection of Main & Wilson.  It became the core of Eutaw Female College, a reorganization of the old Euta …

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Mural at the Eutaw Post Office

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The post office in Eutaw, Alabama houses a wonderful example of New Deal artwork: a mural titled “The Countryside” by Robert Gwathmey. The work was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts and completed in 1941.

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Murphy-Dunlap House

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This is a private residence- drive by only The Murphy-Dunlap house is just one of many historic antebellum homes in Eutaw, AL. This frame-story-over-high-brick-foundation style house was built in 1847 by Daniel R. Wright. It has an unusual “winter kitc …

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Murphy-Dunlap House

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This frame-story-over-high-brick-foundation style house was built in 1847 by Daniel R. Wright. This home is included in the Antebellum Homes in Eutaw multiple property submission listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also listed on …

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Murphy-Henderson House

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The house is thought to have been built in 1896

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Oliver-Braune House

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This home began as a one-room law office that was built and used by Judge William C. Oliver. This house was added to the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage (ARLH) on October 12, 1976 and subsequently placed on the National Register of Historic …

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Phillip Schoppert Cotton House

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Rev. John H. Gray House

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The Rev. John H. Gray House is a historic house in Eutaw, Alabama built in the 1830s. The house was placed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Antebellum Homes in Eutaw Thematic Resource on April 2, 1982, due to its architectural …

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Rivers Edge Entertainment Destination

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Rosemount

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Rosemount is a historic plantation house located in Forkland, Alabama. The house was built between the years of 1832 and 1850 by the Glover family. The house is sometimes referred to as the “Grand Mansion of Alabama.”

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Sheriff’s Office at the Town Square, 1842

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This small two-story brick building is referred to as the Old Sheriff’s Office and the Grand Jury Room.  It is located on the northeast corner of Eutaw’s Old Courthouse Square and is identified by a bronze plaque that gives 1842 as the completion date …

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St Stephens Episcopal Church, 1914

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In 1845, the Anglican minister Rev. John H. Linebaugh organized and taught an Anglican confirmation class in Eutaw. Nine were confirmed in June of 1845 and the small congregation was organized into a parish. The first vestry was elected and appointed t …

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St. John’s Episcopal Church

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Used to be known as St. John’s-In-The-Prairie, the church was built around 1860 and relocated from Greensboro to its current location in 1879. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.

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St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 1854

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Join us in worship on the fourth Sunday of every month at 11 am. This church was built in 1854 at the plantation community of The Fork of Greene located twelve miles southeast of Boligee, AL.  The building was consecrated by Bishop Cobbs on April 28, 1 …

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Stephen Hale Fowler House

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Also known as the Hale-Jarvis-Trotter House, the Stephen Hale Fowler House is thought to have been built in 1842. The house was added to the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage on November 30, 1977 and placed on the National Register of Historic …

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Vaughn-Morrow House (Greene Co Hist Soc)

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This home was built circa 1841 by Iredell P. Vaughan, a tailor, for his new bride, Miss Ann Margaret Steele. It has a raised Creole Cottage style construction. A one-story porch spans the full width of the east and south facades. It was added to the Na …

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Webb-Grubbs House, “Shadowlawn” c 1840

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This home was built circa 1840 for William Peter Webb, a lawyer from North Carolina who was one of the earliest residents of Eutaw. During early remodeling, a two-story porch was added with a door on the second level entering a balcony.

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Webb-Howell House

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Charles H. Webb choose the site of the mid-19th-century home of Joseph Pickens for his new home in 1908.  This home was built in the manner of the earlier classic Greek Revival colossal portico homes, reflecting the perfect symmetry of the style-prescr …

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William B. Wills House

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The William B. Willis House, commonly referred to as “Sipsey”, is an L-shaped, one story, Greek Revival clapboard house on a high brick foundation. The house was relocated from slightly NW of Eutaw to its present site in 1978, and has since been carefu …

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William B. Wills House

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The William B. Willis House, commonly referred to as “Sipsey”, is an L-shaped, one story, Greek Revival clapboard house on a high brick foundation. The house was relocated from slightly NW of Eutaw to its present site in 1978, and has since been carefu …

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William C. Jones House

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Also known as the Archibald-Tuck House, the William Jones House was built in the 1840s and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Antebellum Homes in Eutaw Thematic Resource on April 2, 1982, due to its architectural sign …

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William Perkins House (built 1850s)

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The William Perkins House, also known as the Freemount, is a historic Greek Revival style house that was built in the 1850s by William Perkins, a wealthy merchant from Kentucky. The house is a two-story wood framed building on a raised brick foundation …

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William R Ward Cottage

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The William R. Ward cottage, built in 1896, is one of the early works of Brough, Eutaw’s noted Victorian-style home builder.  The main portion of the house has a steep hip roof.  Small pavilions jutting from each side of this roof are crowned by gables …

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Winston-McAlpine-Hitt House

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This late-Victorian house was built around 1880. It is located at the intersection of Wilson Avenue and Boligee Street near downtown Eutaw, AL.

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