Anniston Revisited

Anniston Revisited

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Nestled in the Piedmont region of the Appalachian Mountains, the small farming community of Pine Ankle was established in the 1830s on the former lands of the Creek Nation. In 1872, industrialists Samuel Noble and Daniel Tyler purchased the land for their Woodstock Iron Company, and in 1883 the town was opened to the public as Annie's Town. It grew rapidly, and by the early 20th century Anniston was not only the seat of Calhoun County, but also home to numerous textile and iron industries as well as a thriving military complex. The vintage photographs in Images of America: Anniston Revisited showcase the daily lives of Annistonians and Fort McClellan soldiers during a time when Noble Street was a bustling urban center. Anniston's homes, schools, and community centers are featured, along with the expanded downtown area and Fort McClellan, to paint a vivid portrait of qThe Model City.qKimberly Oa#39;Dell. The Auto Beauty Shoppe, seen here from Atlanta Avenue around 1940, was originally part of the Hale ... In the 1950s, owner Cliff Worsham offered a 24-hour towing service with seven wreckers, body and fender repair, andanbsp;...

Title:Anniston Revisited
Author:Kimberly O’Dell
Publisher:Arcadia Publishing - 2015-10-05


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