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Old Live Oak Cemetery


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Graves of Confederate soldiers and prominent Selma residents. Includes statue of Elodie B. Todd, half-sister of Mary Todd Lincoln; mausoleum of Vice President William Rufus King; and Benjamin Sterling Turner, Alabama's first Black congressman.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open daylight hours.
Address: AL Hwy. 22S (Dallas Ave.)

Phone: 334-875-7241
Fax: 334-875-7142
Our Website:www.SelmaAlabama.com

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