Sumter County, Alabama

Arrington, Alabama (Placename)   [Map]

Bethel, Alabama (Placename)   [Map]

Coffin Shop (Commercial building)   [Map]
McKee and Monroe Sts., Gainesville, Alabama
Also known as: Kring Carpenter Shop
Col. Green G. Mobley House (House)   [Map]
Webster and Pearl Sts., Gainesville, Alabama
Also known as: The Magnolia
Colgin Hill (House)   [Map]
Off AL 39, Gainesville, Alabama
Dr. H. B. Ward House (House)   [Map]
202 4th Ave., Cuba, Alabama
Dr. James Alvis Beavers House (House)   [Map]
Old Livingston Rd., Cuba, Alabama
Fort Tombecbe (Site)   [Map]
Was a stockade fort located on the Tombigbee River near the border of French Louisiana, in what is now Sumter County, Alabama.
Gainesville Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by North Carolina, Church and School and Lafayette Sts., end of town grid, and Webster St., Gainesville, Alabama
Gibbs House (House)   [Map]
SW of Spruce and Webster Sts., Gainesville, Alabama
Laura Watson House (House)   [Map]
Epes Rd., Gainesville, Alabama
Main-Yankee Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Main, Washington, and School Sts., Gainesville, Alabama
Oakhurst (House)   [Map]
Gainesville--Lacy's Ford Rd. approx. 3 mi. SW of AL 116, Emelle, Alabama
Also known as: Winston Place, Mitchell Place
Park and Bandstand (Park)   [Map]
State and McKee Sts., Gainesville, Alabama
Sumter County Courthouse (Courthouse)   [Map]
US 11, Livingston, Alabama