1840'S (Temporal Keyword)
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As early as the 1840s, a flourishing industrial community – Morrisville – had begun along a prominent bend in Cane Creek, Benton County, Alabama. Over the next 100 years, the area saw technological change, the Civil War, natural disaster, demographic and economic shift, and subsequent abandonment to the military. Today, the Morrisville Historic District is represented by a complex of archaeological sites, structures, and objects. The heart of the district is the Morrisville Dam, which represents...
Notbohm Mill Archaeological District - National Register Nomination Form (1999)
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