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Lowndes County History

If you have any history you would like to contribute, please let me know.

Story of Jesse James’ 30-Day Stay in Lowndes County History of Pleasant Hill Church, Dallas County
(part of the property of this church is in Lowndes County and many families know in Lowndes were members of this church)
The McCurdy Plantation Horse Breed was developed by the McCurdy family of Lowndesboro, Lowndes County
(you will find a history of the McCurdys in Lowndesboro on this page)
Lowndes County Freedom Organization, an episode of The Alabama Experience documentary series
National Register of Historic Places - Lowndes County  

 

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This Page Was Last Updated On: 11/15/2003

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