109 Union Street
Selma, AL 36701
Built in 1847 by the Selma Masonic Order to serve as a university, the building served as a hospital for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War and later as the Vaughan Memorial Hospital, the county courthouse and as a military school. The building also houses the Art Lewis collection of historical documents including many documents pertaining to the Civil War such as money, pardons, information on the Independent Blues as well as many others. There is also a collection of artifacts taken from the Alabama River that were manufactured at the Confederate Naval Foundry and thrown into the river when General Wilson captured Fort Selma at the end of the Civil War.
Old Live Oak Cemetery
Selma, Alabama | This cemetery is the site of the graves of Confederate soldiers and prominent Selma residents.
Selma Historic District
Selma, Alabama | The Windshield Tour, a self-guided driving tour of Selma, features Civil War-era homes and buildings and their history.
Old Depot Museum
Selma, Alabama | The museum is housed in a former railing depot that manufactured arms and munitions.
Old Cahawba Archaeological Park
Orrville, Alabama | Alabama's first state capital and Civil War boomtown is now Alabama's most famous ghost town.