DeKalb County (25)

Historic Markers Across Alabama


DeKalb County was created on 1836.

The county seat is in Fort Payne, AL.,
and the county is 777 sq mi Square Miles in area.

  Click here to visit the DeKalb county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01049

  Information about DeKalb County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about DeKalb County.


There are 22 Historic Markers in DeKalb County.

Alabama "The Boys From Fort Payne" — 2006 Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee —   -    
  at the intersection of Gault Avenue North (US Highway 11) and 4th Street, Fort Payne, Alabama      

Boom Town Historic District   -   AHC 
  is on 5th Street south of Gault Avenue North (U.S. 11), Fort Payne, Alabama      

Cherokee Indian Removal   -    
  at the intersection of Godfrey Avenue and Logan Street Southeast, Fort Payne, Alabama      

Collinsville Historic District   -    
  at the north end of the Historic District on West Main St., Collinsville, AL WMG2P6      

Fires and Floods   -   ABT 
  near the former Alabama Great Southern tracks where they cross East Main St., Collinsville, AL WMG2V7      

Former Site of Battelle   -   AHA 
  County Road 137 @ Winston Street in Valley Head      

Fort Payne Cabin Historic Site   -    
  end of 4th St, Fort Payne, AL      

Fort Payne Opera House   -   AHA 
  520 U.S. Hwy 11 (Gault Ave.) @ 5th Street NW      

Fort Payne Residential Historic District   -   AHC 

Fort Payne's Fort   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 11 (Gault Ave.) @ AL Hwy 35 in City Park      

Indian Mound, Inn, and Church Site   -   AHA 
  AL Hwy 68 @ US Hwy 11 in Collinsville WMG2P1      

Lebanon Courthouse   -   AHA 
  County Road 52 between Ft. Payne and Collinsville. WME6AV      

Main Street Historic District   -   AHC 
  200 Gault Ave S #1, Fort Payne AL WM1PNH      

Sequoyah   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 11 (Gault Ave.) @ AL Hwy 35 in City Park      

Sequoyah   -   AHA 
  1965: U.S. Hwy 11 north of Portersville   

Site of Cherokee Council Tree   -    
  at the intersection of Railroad Avenue and Mountain Street, Valley Head, Alabama      

Site of the Willstown Mission 1823-1839   -    
  on 38th Street Northeast south of Godfrey Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama      

Town of Crossville   -   ABT 
  On Main St at Gaines St, Crossville, AL WMN4NA      

Town of Geraldine: Home of The Bulldogs   -   ABT 
  on AL-57, north of Main st, Geraldine, AL WMN4NC      

Town of Mentone   -   ABT 
  5972 Alabama Highway 117, Mentone, AL      

Trail of Tears / John Benge Route   -    
  1503 Glenn Blvd SW, Fort Payne, AL WMY2C9      

Wills Town Mission   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 11 (Gault Ave.) @ AL Hwy 35 in City Park      


M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.


Other DeKalb County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History