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Black Warriors' Path/Mitchell Trace


category : Shoppes
Path was removal route for 2500 Creek Indians. Traveled by frontiersman Davy Crockett during Creek Indian War. Ran from Ft. Mitchell in Russell Co. to Ft. Hampton in Limestone Co.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open M-F 8-4:30, Sat. & Sun. 1-4:30.
Address: 1219 Co. Rd. 187

Phone: 256-905-2494
Fax: 256-905-2428

Come visit us in Moulton, Alabama

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Jesse Owens Memorial Park & Museum

Located 6 mi./9.5 km south of Moulton in hometown of Olympic track great Jesse Owens. Park includes visitor center, picnic pavilions, replica of Owens'

Moulton, AL Museums


Warrior Mountains Trading Co.

Visitor center for Bankhead National Forest and Sipsey Wilderness. Natural history exhibits, maps, tourist information, school of outdoor skills, pioneer history. Concessions, fuel, ice. Native American crafts, Southeastern Indian museum.

Moulton, AL Visitors Centers


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Tennessee River Adventures, Inc.

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Chambers Farm & Garden Supply

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Werner's Trading Company

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