Selma, Alabama

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Cahaba (Dallas County, Alabama)
The first permanent state capital of Alabama from 1820 to 1825.
Carlowville Historic District (Dallas County, Alabama)
A historic district in the community of Carlowville, Alabama.
Dallas County Courthouse (Dallas County, Alabama)
A historic Greek Revival building in Selma, Alabama.
First Baptist Church (Dallas County, Alabama)
Icehouse Historic District (Dallas County, Alabama)
John Tyler Morgan House (Dallas County, Alabama)
A historic Greek Revival-style house in Selma, Alabama.
Marcus Meyer Skinner House (Dallas County, Alabama)
Marshall's Grove (Dallas County, Alabama)
Old Town Historic District (Dallas County, Alabama)
Riverdale (Dallas County, Alabama)
Riverview Historic District (Dallas County, Alabama)
St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Dallas County, Alabama)
A historic Gothic Revival church located in Selma, Alabama.
Sturdivant Hall (Dallas County, Alabama)
A historic Greek Revival mansion and house museum in Selma, Alabama.
U.S. Post Office Building (Dallas County, Alabama)
Beaux-Arts-style building was constructed in 1909.
Valley Creek Presbyterian Church (Dallas County, Alabama)
A historic Presbyterian church in Valley Grande, Alabama.
Water Avenue Historic District (Dallas County, Alabama)
Water Avenue Historic District (Dallas County, Alabama)
Wesley Plattenburg House (Dallas County, Alabama)