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The Howell House

Built in 1907 by Dr. Howell, who operated his medical practice here. Large columns, full basement, 5 rooms and 2 baths on 1st floor. 2nd floor has 6 rooms, 2

Midland City, AL Historic Homes




Dowling Museum/Ann Rudd Arts Center

100-year-old building in downtown. Art gallery and studio spaces. Restored upstairs for museum. Original embossed tin ceiling and display cases. New 1st-floor gallery displays every 45-60

Ozark, AL Art Centers

Newton Civil War Monument

Stone marker is reminder of the only Civil War action in Wiregrass area. It occurred in Skipperville in 1864, and Newton one month before the war ended in 1865

Newton, AL Monuments


Carillon and Bell Tower

Memorial plaques to 2 representatives in U.S. Congress: Henry B. Steagall and George W. Andrews. 37-bell carillon and tower recognizing personnel who have served at Fort Rucker since 1942

Ozark, AL Historic Towers


Oates-Reynolds Memorial Building/Dale Co. Agricult

Building was girls' dormitory of Baptist Collegiate Institute (estab. 1895). Now houses public library and agriculture museum. Tours available;

Newton, AL Museums

U.S. Army Aviation Museum

Museum exhibits, military airplanes, helicopters. Largest collection in U.S. Extensive archives on U.S. Army aviation. Gift shop. #2 free tourist attraction award (1996)

Fort Rucker, AL Museums

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