Eutaw Baptist Church
Title:
Eutaw Baptist Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Eutaw Baptist Church Main at Wilson Avenue Eutaw, Alabama 35462 Organized 1841


Eutaw Christian Church
Title:
Eutaw Christian Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
(Disciples of Christ) Organized Feb. 1895 Building Erected 1908



St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Organized in 1824. First named Mesopotamia Presbyterian Church. First Minister, John H. Gray, 1826 to 1836. In 1851, moved to Eutaw site and name changed to Eutaw Presbyterian Church.



Roebuck Motel and Restaurant
Title:
Roebuck Motel and Restaurant
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Roebuck, Owners. New and modern. On US Highway 11 & 43. Air cooled. Innerspring mattresses. Pure deep well water. Private baths. Tile showers.


Eutaw Baptist Church
Title:
Eutaw Baptist Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Main at Wilson Avenue. Organized 1841 Koppel Color Cards



St.Stephen's Episcopal Church
Title:
St.Stephen's Episcopal Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1845. Present building completed in 1914


Eutaw Christina Church
Title:
Eutaw Christina Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
(Disciples of Christ) Organized Feb. 1895 Building Erected 1908 Eutaw. Alabama



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Organized in 1824. First named Mesopotamia Presbyterian Church. First Minister. John H. Gray, 1826 to 1836. In 1851 moved to Eutaw site and name changed to Eutaw Presbyterian Church.


A Country Older Than State GREENE COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Title:
A Country Older Than State GREENE COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Named for Revolutinary War hero , Gen. Nathaniel Greene, who drove the British from the Southeast.Area explored by De Soto in 1540, claimed as French Louisiana in 1699.Ceded to England 1763. Ceded by Choctaw Nation in 1816. Made a territorial country in 1819. County seat, Eutaw, named for Greene's victory at Eutaw Springs, South Carolina.



Eutaw Baptist Church, Main At Wilson Avenue
Title:
Eutaw Baptist Church, Main At Wilson Avenue
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Organized 1841


First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Organized in 1824. First named Mesopotamia Presbyterian Church. First Minister, John H. Gray, 1826 to 1836. In 1851, moved to Eutaw site and name changed to Eutaw Presbyterian Church.



Greene County Courthouse
Title:
Greene County Courthouse
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Named for Revolutionary War hero, Gen. Nathaniel Greene. Claimed as French Louisiana. 1699. Ceded to England. 1763. Ceded to Choctaw Nation, 1816. Made a territorial county, 1819. Eutaw, county Seat is named for Greene victory at Eutaw Springs. South Carolina.


Green County Courthouse
Title:
Green County Courthouse
Eutaw Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
A County Older than the State . Named for Revolutionary War hero, Gen. Nathaniel Greene, who drove the British from the Southeast. Area explored by De Soto in 1540, claimed as French Louisiana in 1699. Ceded to England 1763. Ceded by Choctaw Nation in 1816. Made a territorial county in 1819. County seat, Eutaw, named for Greene's victory at Eutaw Springs, South Carolina.



Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Eutaw Alabama (AL), White Border unused




Total: 15 Items