Additional historical information
(click on title interested)
Mary Harrison Lister
(Founder of the Etowah Historical Society)
Hazel Louise Pierce Oliver
- Markers &
monuments placed by Etowah Historical Society
- Nine Nations over Etowah County
Noccalula Falls Cave... is it real?
History of the Falls Christmas Lighting
How the first bank was established in
Sequoyah invented alphabet in Etowah
Amelia Earhart in Gadsden ... Twice!
Several historical videos by
LINEAGE OF NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST
Howard Gardner Nichols Memorial Library
Mayors of Gadsden
Queens of the Coosa
Famous Jack Daniel Distillery once located
Revolutionary soldier Joseph Garner
Do You Have A
Confederate Ancestor Buried in Etowah County?
Sherry Clayton is
trying to identify all Confederate soldiers buried in Etowah
County, AL. If your ancestor is buried in a cemetery in Etowah
County, please send his name, birth date, death date, name of
cemetery and his unit to her at 715 Guy Lee Lake Road, Rainbow
City, AL 35906 or email her at
To become a member of the Etowah Historical
print & mail
membership form is in PDF format. You will need Acrobat Reader
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historical interest. Current programs of
history in the making.
Markers - Markings of historical homes,
cemeteries, schools, rivers, trails, public buildings
ignificant Preservations -
Preservation of historical
buildings, homes & landmarks
(Physical address at
2829 W. Meighan Blvd.)
The Society meets every
2nd Friday night each month at Elliott Community Center, corner of 29th
Street & Meighan Blvd. at 6:00pm.
Each month we have an
enjoyable presentation and refreshments.
Come and enjoy!!!