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Oct 20th

Preservation Florence: Sannoner Historic District Walking Tour

  • Location: Pope's Tavern Museum
  • Time:
    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Preservation Florence: Sannoner Historic District Walking Tour

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Preservation Florence is a year-long series concerning historic preservation in the city of Florence that has covered topics such as the National Register of Historic Places, physical restoration, African American and Native American preservation, and cemetery preservation. For the remainder of the year, the series will focus on Florence’s own historic districts. There will be a different presentation each month where the history and architecture of Florence’s unique historic districts will be explored. Carrie Barske Crawford, director of the Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area, will lead a walking tour of the Sannoner Historic District on October 20th at 2 pm. Zac Abramson will join the group to talk about Wakefield and the Conner Place, two of the oldest houses in the city.

This event is the eleventh in a year-long series of presentations and workshops based around our city’s wealth of historic buildings, neighborhoods, and landscapes. The series is sponsored by the Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area, the Florence Arts and Museums, and the Florence Historical Board. Call 256-760-6427 for more information.

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