Old Cahawba Archaeological Park
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, built in 1854. It was moved to Martin's Station in 1878 but returned to Cahawba in 2007.
Former Barker slave quarters
Ruins of the Crocheron Mansion
Backstory and Context
Native Americans inhabited this location for 4,000 years. By the 16th century, people here were mound builders and built a fortified village with a ceremonial mound. It is thought that Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto passed through the area in 1540. During the Civil War, one of the cotton warehouses was used as prison to hold thousands of Union soldiers. Another bad flood took place in 1865, which resulted in the move of the county seat to Selma.
http://cahabafoundation.org/cahawba.html W. Warner Floyd. "Cahaba," National Park Service - National Register of Historic Places. 5-8-73.