Edmund Pettus Bridge at Selma, AL (Site of the historic 1960s civil rights conflicts including “Bloody Sunday". Added to the NRHP on February 27, 2013 and declared a National Historic Landmark on March 11, 2013. A contributing property to Selma’s Water Avenue Historic District that’s listed on the NRHP.) --- For additional details, go to www.ruralswalabama.org/attractions/edmund-pettus-bridge-at-selma-al/.
Strother House at Selma, AL (2 1/2 story, Queen Anne-style home, built c. 1903, contributing property to Selma’s “Old Town Historic District” that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places.) --- For additional details, go to www.ruralswalabama.org/attractions/strother-house-selma-al/.