Bridge across Tennessee River near Whitesburg Ferry, Ala.
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Bridge across Tennessee River near Whitesburg Ferry, Ala. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English


  • Bridges,
  • Tennessee River,
  • Alabama

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Other titlesBridge across Tennessee River near Whitesburg Ferry
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17252576M

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Whitesburg Pike, now Whitesburg Drive, was a county Road that connected the city of Huntsville with the Tennessee River. Governors Drive marked the outer boundary of Huntsville, and Whitesburg Pike was a sleepy little dirt road along which much of the land was originally owned by the Garth family.   If you want to read more about the Chickamauga trails and villages across north Alabama, you can purchase the book "Appalachian Indian Trails of the Chickamauga!" Lamar Marshall and I are trying to complete the book by the spring of ; below is a brief description of some Chickamauga towns in the Huntsville-Guntersville area; many other villages are found throughout the Tennessee . Florence, AL: Chart 39 Mile - McKernan and Shoal Creek: Chart 40 Mile - Hog Island: Chart 41 Mile - Wheeler Lake Dam: Chart 42 Mile - Elk River: Chart 43 Mile - Mallard Creek: Chart 44 Mile - Fox Creek: Chart 45 Mile - Decatur, AL: Chart 46 Mile - Flint Creek: Chart 47 Mile -   Lamb’s Ferry crossed the river from now present day Rogersville to a place some three to five miles west of Spring Creek in Lawrence County. Lamb’s Ferry, located at the lower end of Elk River Shoals, was the crossing of a major north-south route from Pulaski, Tennessee to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, known in Indian days as the Sipsie Trail.

  Whitesburg Bridge across the Tennessee River in Huntsville, AL. They are getting ready to tear down the old : K.   There are quite a few of us who free camping at Raccoon Creek near Stevenson, Alabama. Come join us! We will be there until the 14th of April Whitesburg Bridge Tennessee River.   There’s A Covered Bridge Trail In Tennessee And It’s Everything You’ve Ever Dreamed Of. There something romantic about a covered bridge. Maybe it’s because they remind us of 19th century love stories, a moment in time that was a bit sweet, maybe a tad bit simpler.   The camp on so-called Seven-Mile Island would be at the beginning of, or just prior to, the Chattanooga Campaign. General Rosecrans, General Thomas, and the Army of the Cumberland arrived at Bridgeport, Alabama, around the end of August , and began to build a pontoon bridge at Bridgeport, Alabama, in order to cross the Tennessee River.