Landmarks Society of DeKalb County, Fort Payne (AL)

Landmarks of DeKalb County, Inc. was organized on August 4, 1969 as a private, non-profit educational and cultural organization.  It was primarily formed to purchase the historic Opera House and restore it as a cultural center.  Through the years it has evolved into a major instrument for preserving the history of DeKalb County’s people and places.

Landmarks publishes books, purchases historic properties such as the old Fort Site, additional space adjacent to the Opera House, the Opera House Annex Building and helps to restore and maintain Council Bluff School.  In addition, Landmarks presents a variety of musical shows and drama presentations during the year and hopes to keep the stage lights glowing for years to come.

All accomplishments by Landmarks are made possible through volunteer labor and the financial support of citizens interested in the preservation of arts and the sponsorship of cultural events.

Projects

Opera House Council Bluff Cabin Site Cabin Site Dig Andrew Ross Home Historical Markers Willstown Cemetery Veteran Histories Save Our History

Collections

Landmark Photos People Index Places Index WWII Soldiers Index WWI Units Index

Publications

WWII Veterans Book Landmarks Bulletin Visit Our Store

DeKalb County

DeKalb Communities DeKalb History Interesting Links

Articles

WWII Veterans Book Will Rains Found Mineral Railroad Polly Binge Growing Up in Rainsville Diary of a Yankee Civil War Skirmishes Gees Bend Quilters Missionary POWs Balloons at Sigsbee Johann DeKalb Cherokee Nation Frank Olga Slater Farley Brothers Council Bluff is 100 World War II Project Andrews Institute

 

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