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The Church of St. Michael and All Angels

Outstanding example of Norman architecture completed in 1890. 12-ft. white Carrara marble altar, alabaster reredos, hand-carved angels and crosses, magnificent stained-glass windows, 95-ft. bell tower, organ with nearly 3000

Anniston, AL Historic Churches

Coldwater Covered Bridge

Located at Oxford Lake and Walking Trail in Calhoun County. Free admission. One of Alabama's oldest remaining covered bridges, this structure was built in 1850

Oxford, AL Historic Bridges

Old Henry Farm Restaurant & Meeting Center

Constructed in 1910 as dairy complex. Abandoned barn structures were transformed into state-of-the-art restaurant & meeting center in 2000

Jacksonville, AL Historic Farmhouses

The Gallant Pelham Statue

The statue is located in the Jacksonville City Cemetary. John Pelham, born in nearby Alexandria, was an artillery expert who fought with J.E.B. Stuart and Stonewall Jackson. General Robert E. Lee referred to him as "the gallant Pelham." He was killed at age 24 at the Batlle of Kelly'

Jacksonville, AL Arts

Chief Ladiga Trail Welcome Center

Premier extended Rails to Trails project. Will cover 33 mi./53 km in Alabama, beginning Anniston'

Piedmont, AL Trails


Wright Dairy

Wright Dairy milk is produced on Canebrake Farm, a 200-acre pastureland farm named after nearby Cane Creek. Located in Calhoun County near Anniston, the Wright is the only dairy producer/processor/

Anniston, AL Farm Life


Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge

Scheduled to open May 2004; no facilities available yet. New refuge established 2003. 7000

Anniston, AL Wildlife Refuges

Cheaha State Park

2799-acre mountain-top retreat; highest point in Alabama. 30-unit resort inn, restaurant, vacation cottages, chalets, modern campground, picnic areas & pavilions, hiking &

Anniston, AL State Parks



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