Russell County, Alabama
Brownville-Summerville Historic District
(District) [Map] Roughly bounded by 15th and 23rd Sts., and 6th and 11th Aves., Phenix City, AlabamaAlso known as: Brownville-Summerville Residential-Commercial Historic Distr
Fort Mitchell Historic Site
(Fort) [Map] The park features a reconstruction of the 1813 stockade fort that was an important post in the Creek War, a museum with exhibits about the fort's history and a collection of historic carriages, a restored 19th century log home, and a visitor center.
Fort No. 5
(Fort) [Map] W of Phenix on Opelika Hwy., Phenix City, AlabamaAlso known as: Confederate Breastwork
Girard High School
(School) [Map] Sandfort Rd., Phenix City, AlabamaAlso known as: Girard Elementary School
Hurtsboro Historic District
(District) [Map] 308-905 Church St., 508 Daniel St., 303-407 Dickinson St., 302-802 Goolsby St., 402-502 Lloyd St., 242-282 Long St., Hurtsboro, Alabama
Samuel R. Pitts Plantation
(House) [Map] E of US 431, S of Southern RR tracks, Pittsview, AlabamaAlso known as: Mitchell,Evelyn Pitts,House; Greenwood Plantation; Benton,Will
Yuchi Town Site
(Site) [Map] A late prehistoric and historic era archaeological site showing occupation of both the Apalachicola and of Yuchi tribes.