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History of Eufaula, Alabama, the bluff city of the Chattahoochee

J. A. B. Besson

History of Eufaula, Alabama, the bluff city of the Chattahoochee

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Published by Reprint Co. in Spartanburg, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Eufaula (Ala.)
    • Subjects:
    • Eufaula (Ala.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Reprint of the 1875 ed. published by Franklin Steam Printing House, Atlanta, Ga.

      Statementby J. A. B. Besson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF334.E84 B4 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p. ;
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4873772M
      ISBN 100871522292
      LC Control Number76000050
      OCLC/WorldCa1994047

      The permission was granted, and, after negotiations, the black Baptists were allowed to purchase an old church building to house their own congregation. The coastal port of Apalachicola at the river's end would one day be as familiar to British textile manufacturers as New Orleans or Savannah as a source of cotton. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. One of these was the Eufaula Zouavesone of dozens of military units on both sides that adopted that name, patterning their uniforms and order of battle after the French light infantry units on which they were modeled.

      Chattahoochee Valley tribes relied on the plants and animals that thrived near the river for food, and utilized the rich soil near it for agriculture. The Hart House N. Winslett Estate Litigation. Below the junction of the Flint and Chattahoochee, the river was called the Apalachicola and continued southerly across the Florida Panhandle into the Gulf of Mexico.

      Many of the photographs that appear in Southside are from personal family collections and have never been seen previously. Water was a sacred element to the Creek Indians. The Chattahoochee River had suffered as much as the people during the war. Hereinafter cited as British Deportees to America. The first to attempt to run a steamboat up the Chattahoochee from the bay was John Jenkins, one of the Florida trustees of the port of Apalachicola.


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History of Eufaula, Alabama, the bluff city of the Chattahoochee book

As a trained public historian with a Ph. By the s the port of Apalachicola, fueled by Chattahoochee Valley cotton production, had become the Gulf Coast's third largest cotton port.

According to the Indians' way of seeing the universe, there were spirits in the waters, in the animals and plants, and in the rocks. I spent the last two winters on the Chipola Lake, under advice of my physician, with hope the hope of having my health restored.

Most of these structures are the pricey second homes of Atlantans who overrun the lake each weekend. History of Eufaula is just down the road from the Park. New mills in West Point, Newnan, and LaGrange took advantage of the power produced by hydroelectric dams.

Morgan as fourth ward aldermen. Should be in the hands of every State legislator. It combines personal accounts of people from whom we rarely hear with exhaustive documentary research to flesh out their stories.

The huge Kolomoki complex, located on a tributary of the Chattahoochee near the present-day town of Blakely, was built during the Woodland period which lasted from b. Meanwhile, the first bridge over the Chattahoochee ushered in still more white settlers.

Throughout the weekend, you can experience everything from sitting on the porch of a historic home enjoying snacks and good conversation with homeowners and feasting on buffet lunches provided by the local country club to enjoying appetizers and desserts during an afternoon tea. Newsletter mentions the Wind clan, an Indian family group.

The Chattahoochee joins the Flint River near the Florida state line, and for the rest of its course is known as the Apalachicola River. Civilians fled Atlanta and its nearby towns for the relative safety of Columbus and Macon.

This last agreement signed by the Creek people living in the East ceded to the United States all unoccupied Creek lands east of the Mississippi River. On December 19,special trains brought over 1, Columbus residents to witness the dedication of the new power plant.

But as the people rebounded, so would the waterway. They devised portable leather boats to ferry across the river. George Lake unofficially named Lake Eufaula behind the lock and dam of Fort Gaines, Georgiaonce again assuring Eufaula's importance as an inland port.

Historic Chattahoochee Commission

It also lets us see the remarkable mill owner Donald Comer, whose genuine and caring paternalism led the two mills to provide generously for the people who worked there. Water was a sacred element to the Creek Indians.

Pat volunteered to drive us back to the truck and trailer from Montgomery so the circumnavigation looked complete. Next Neal's Landing, Fla. Columbus was so well-known for its hydroelectricity industry that it was known as the "electric city" in the early s. The diverse people were often unrelated to each other and even spoke different languages, yet they formed an alliance for mutual defense and friendship.

To some degree, the Chattahoochee's pollution problems can be explained by the unique distribution of population along its banks.Oct 20,  · Alabama (Barbour County), Eufaula — Eufaula — Incorporated, December 19, — Bluff City on the Chattahoochee.

Lower Creek village of the Eufaula Indians antedating Early white settlers began moving into the village called Yufala in FHL Book E7b. Local see the wiki page section Alabama Local Histories. Besson, J A. B. History of Eufaula, Alabama: The Bluff City of the Chattahoochee Atlanta, Ga: Franklin Steam Print.

House, - read full-text online ; Thompson, Mattie Thomas. History of Barbour County, Alabama Eufaula, Ala., Digital version at Ancestry. Digital Alabama; Alabama Cities; Alabama Counties; Alabama History; Alabama Maps; ALABAMA STORIES.

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History of Eufaula, Alabama, The Bluff City of the Chattahoochee

Crane and Terry W. Platt; Alabama Travelogue. Eufaula is know as the city where Sweet Home Alabama was filmed. Some call Eufaula Avenue the prettiest street in Alabama. Walking Eufaula and Randolph Avenues is a one of a kind experience. The proximity to downtown and the pleasures of our restaurants is also a.

Orig. pub. Atlanta, Reprinted Print on Demand Edition (vi), 32, (v), xxvi pp. Eufaula, Alabama, the county seat of Barbour County, sits on a bluff on the west bank of the Chattahoochee River which is the boundary between Alabama and Georgia in that area. When the author.

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