Athens City

 Historic Markers that are located in the City of Athens Alabama are identified as follows:

  • Governor George S. Houston Home
     
  • Old Town Cemetery
     
  • Athens Sacked and Plundered
     
  • Trinity School Cistern
     
  • Fort Henderson (ca 1863)--- Trinity School (1865-1970)
     
  • Coleman Hill and Family Cemetery
     
  • Donnell House (Pleasant Hill)
     
  • Courthouse and Poor Farm Fence
     
  • Judge Horton

LIMESTONE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Each marker page has a photo of the marker and of the marker subject if available.

At the end of the page there will be the chronological erection number, marker name, physical address and coordinates for locating the marker. The physical address is usually the required input to a GPS locating program and the coordinates can be used to locate the marker on some maps.

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The markers above can be viewed by selecting the corresponding button on the left.

LOCATOR MAP:
By selecting the box below you can call up a map of the area that has locations for markers identified above. This map allows you to select each marker and zoom in to get more precise information about its location if needed.

Athens City Locator Map
 

[Markers] [North County] [S/E County] [Athens City] [Houston House] [Old Town Cem.] [Athens Sacked] [Trinity Cistern] [Ft Henderson] [Coleman Hill] [Donnell House] [CH/PH Fence] [Judge Horton] [West County]

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