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Tallassee Confederate Armory

When Confederacy feared security of Richmond, VA, decision was made to relocate Richmond Carbine to old 1844

Tallassee, AL Monuments







Benjamin Fitzpatrick Bridge

Horizontally arched bridge spanning Tallapoosa River. One of world's longest curved bridges. 143 ft. above water, 1738

Tallassee, AL Historic Bridges

Charles E. Bailey, Sr. Sportplex

5 baseball fields, 3 softball fields, outdoor pool, gymnasium, veterans memorial, amphitheater, football stadium, archery club, horse-riding area, senior citizen center, 12,000-sq.-ft. playground, track &

Alexander City, AL Sports Centers

Patterson Log Cabin

Built between 1840 and 1845, 2

Tallassee, AL Historic Homes


Confederate Officers Quarters

When Confederate Armory moved to Tallassee, 3 homes were constructed on King St. by the Confederate government to house officers in command. Only 2 of 3

Tallassee, AL Historic Buildings

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