The historic home, located in western Lauderdale County, is now the site of a town museum that features Native American artifacts, Civil War relics and the unique heritage of Waterloo. One of Alabama's oldest incorporated towns Waterloo was a stop along the Trail of Tears. During the Civil War the town was burned, had a visit by U. S. General William Sherman, and was the site of the largest cavalry force ever amassed in the Western Hemisphere.
Located on Main Street, Waterloo, AL 35677
Call For Hours, 256-767-6081.
The Newman House was restored in 1995 and presented to the citizens of Waterloo by Ezra Lee Culver. Built in 1872 by Hiriam L. and Julia Ann Young Richardson, this house was purchased in 1918 by Joseph Newman, a native of Ohio and U.S. veteran of the Civil War. His son, Clark Lytle Newman with his wife, Eunice Lindsey Newman, became the next owners. Their daughter, Edith, was reared here from her childhood until her marriage.
Heritage celebration sponsored by the Edith Newman Culver Memorial Museum & North Alabama Wagon & featuring: Wagon Trail Ride, Music, Mule Log Demonstrations, Antique Wagons, Cars, Trucksand Tractors on Display and Wagon Parade.
Contact: 256-766-3150 or 256-766-0947