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The Winston family were early settlers. Descended from Captain Anthony Winston, cousin of Dolly Madison and Patrick Henry, the Winston’s fought at the side of Andrew Jackson and acquired land in Virginia, Tenn. and Alabama. Further descendents served as governors of Ala. and Miss. This Georgian house is the largest remaining antebellum house in the city. In 1948 it was purchased by the City of Tuscumbia. National Register of Historic Places, 1982.

from AL.com

15 riveting ruins that recount Alabama's past

There is something about ruins both wistful and hopeful – indicative of a place that no longer exists except in the tenacious remnants of a more romantic past. (Forks of Cypress)

The Larimore House, Florence, Alabama. Go to www.YourTravelVideos.com or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

Belle Mont Mansion located in Tuscumbia, Alabama Belle Mont Mansion is a singularly fine example of plantation architecture in North Alabama during the early 1800’s. Its design reflects the influence of Thomas Jefferson. Surrounded by cotton fields and furnished with period antiques, the museum provides an interesting glimpse into the past

The Palace Ice Cream & Sandwich Shope in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Go to www.YourTravelVideos.com or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

Marquee of the Alabama Theatre on 3rd Avenue North, built in 1927, Birmingham, Alabama, United States, 2012, photograph by Birmingham Landmarks for the Historic Alabama Theatre (photographer unattributed).