Cotton Row. Includes the Courthouse, the First National Bank, Big Spring, and buildings from the west side of the square on Cotton Row built 1834, c. 1830, and in the late 1800s. Located in Downtown Huntsville, Alabama.
Cotaco Stage House, also known as the White House at Cotaco, built c. 1819. Federal style. Listed on the Alabama Register of Historic Places on March 8, 1994. Located a half mile south of Cotaco, Alabama in Morgan County. Is said to have been the county courthouse before the construction of the 1840s courthouse in Somerville.
Old State Bank, built 1832 by architect George Steele. The building housed the bank and second floor living quarters for banking residence as required by early law. Built in Greek Revival styles. Used as a hospital during the Battle of Decatur. Restored once in the 1930s. Located on Bank St., Decatur, Alabama.
Historic District of Marion, Alabama includes the original home of The Alabama Baptist publication and Marion Courthouse Square which encompassed approximately 80 acres of the historic commercial and business area, residential architecture, and three historic church buildings.