Clark-Chandler Cabin, built in the 1840s. Moved and rebuilt in the 1970s at Burritt Museum. Logs and possibly stones are original, rest of the materials are from the rebuild in the 1970s. Located on Monte Sano, Huntsville, Alabama.
James Meals Log House, or the Meals-Spencer House, built c. 1840 in N. Limestone County, Alabama and restored at Burritt Museum in Huntsville, Alabama. Jesse James was rumored to have been at the wedding of Margaret Meals, daughter of James Meals, and Thomas Alexander Adkins in 1876 before the payroll robbery in Muscle Shoals.
Humphrey-Roger House, built in 1848 as a two-story rectangular home. Expanded in 1861, 1898, and 1913 to include a double front porch, a side porch and entrance, and a back wing addition. The house endured several preservation perils before being donated to the Constitution Village by Coca-Cola and restored by Jones & Herrin, Architects between 1992 and 1996. Located at 502 West Clinton St., Huntsville, Alabama.
W.C. Handy Log House and Museum, built in the early 19th century. Home of W.C. Handy, famous blues composer born in 1873. Popular compositions such as "St. Louis Woman" and "Bride St. Blues" were composed here. It was rebuilt in the 1960s on the current site with the addition of the museum. Only the logs of the actual house remain authentic from when W.C. Handy owned the house. Located in Florence, 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.