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Stories of the Past - Living History Cemetery Walk

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Event# 256-734-4799

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Hear German citizens from the late 1800s tell of their life in early Cullman. Buses depart from the Oktoberfest tent site at 211 Second Ave. NE. Sponsored by the Cullman County Historical Society.

Stories of the Past - Living History Cemetery Walk

Address : Selected Cemeteries Cullman AL
Phone : 256-734-4799   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Admission charged

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