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Offline Guidedawg

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Butler County
« on: August 30, 2017, 02:54:29 PM »
Butler County  (all addresses are in Greenville)
1.   W. S. Blackwell House – 211 Ft. Dale St. 
2.   Buell-Stallings-Stewart House – 205 Ft. Dale St. 
3.   Butler Chapel AME Zion Church – 407 Oglesby
4.   Commerce Street Residential Historic District – 206, 212, 218, & 301 E. Commerce St.
5.   Confederate Park – E. Commerce Street
6.   Dickenson House – 537 S. Conecuh St.
7.   East Commerce Street Historic District – Cedar, Chestnut, Commerce, & Hickory Sts.
8.   Evens-McMullan House – 303 Bolling St.
9.   First Baptist Church – 707 South St.
10.   First Presbyterian Church – 215 E. Commerce St.
11.   Fort Dale-College Street Historic District – Ft. Dale, Hamilton, and N. College Sts.
12.   Gaston-Perdue House – 111 Cedar St.
13.   Graydon House – 507 Cedar St.
14.   Greenville City Hall – E. Commerce St.
15.   Greenville Public School Complex – 101 Butler Circle
16.   Howthorne-Cowart House – 319 Bolling St.
17.   Hinson House – 208 Oliver St.  (Demolished 2008)
18.   308 S Street (Demolished 2008)
19.   John W. Howard House & Outbuildings – State Route 10E
20.   King Street Historic District – W. Commerce, Oliver, Milner and Kings Sts.
21.   Lane-Kendrick-Sherling House – 109 Ft. Dale St
22.   Little-Stabler House – 710 Ft. Dale St.
23.   McMullan-Skinner House – 204 Oliver St. (Demolished 2008)
24.   Oakey Streak Methodist Episcopal Church – Off State Route 59
25.   Post Office Historic District – 110-115 W. Commerce and 101 E. Commerce Streets
26.   South Greenville Historic District – Walnut, S. Conecuh, Palmer, and Church and Harrison and Caldwell Streets.
27.   South Street Historic District – South, Oliver, and McKenzie Streets
28.   AME Zion Theological Institute – E. Conecuh St. (Demolished 2014)
29.   Ward Nicholson Corner Store – 219 W. Parmer
30.   West Commerce Street Historic District – W. Commerce, Bolling, and Milner Sts., and the former Louisville and Nashville railroad line
31.   Wright-Kilgore House – 808 Walnut St.