The purpose of this page is to share photographs, both historic and current, of places in Elmore County, Alabama.
Alabama Pioneers is a FREE website devoted to discovering and sharing the footprints left behind by our ancestors through transcribed documents/articles and stories.
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"We tell the story of the people of Alabama by preserving records and artifacts of historical value and promoting a better understanding of Alabama history."
This a site dedicated to sharing and honoring the history of Alabama through the eyes of it's current residents. It will also give us a chance to share...
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Non-Profit Organization · Tallassee, Alabama that is looking out and aiding residents.
Page features pictures taken by Shane and Candace Scroggins around the Tallassee area. Pictures are available for purchase.
Government Organization · Tallassee, Alabama
The mission of the Tallassee Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the city of Tallassee by working cooperatively with the public to prevent crime.
12 interesting historical facts about Alabama that you may or may not already know.
Amazing photos and information about Alabama during the Civil War.
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Great photos and information about beautiful Lake Martin!
To provide leadership to develop a footpath only trail along an area of the southeast shore of Lake Martin known as Cherokee Ridge and the area along Sandy Creek.
Amazing Video! Hike the Chimney Rock Loop of the Cherokee Ridge Alpine Trail on beautiful Lake Martin with John Coley of Lake Martin Voice Realty.
The One Place In Alabama That Looks Like Something From Middle Earth This breathtaking canyon is one of Alabama's true hidden gems.onlyinyourstate.com
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In the same auditorium that Hank Williams drew crowds, musicians still gather in the Red Hill community 40 miles northeast of Montgomery for good times.