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Grove Hill and Clarke County

Grove Hill is the county seat of Clarke County and is in Southwest Alabama. The area was occupied by Creek and Choctaw Indians for years before the town was established. Population is around 1500. Grove Hill seemed like a pleasant little place. The Clarke County Court House was built in 1911.

Clarke County Museum

Grove Hill is also home to the Clarke County Museum. The museum is housed in the Alston-Cobb House, which was built in 1854 by Dr. Lemuel Lovett Alston as a Greek Revival I-house, a vernacular style also known in the South as Plantation Plain. There are several historic structures that have been moved to the site and restored.

Art

I also kinda liked this nice mural on a wall of one of the businesses in the Grove Hill Courthouse Square Historic District.

  • Last visit to Grove Hill: Mar 2011
  • Intro Updated Apr 2, 2011
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