Blount Springs — достопримечательности и интересные факты

Blount Springs находится в центре южной части Соединенных Штатов Америки (Blount County, Alabama), 131 километр на север от города Alabama.

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Вефиль баптистской церкви в Бирмингеме Douglasville
Музей искусств Бирмингема Birmingham
Печи Слосс Birmingham
Кафедральная церковь адвента Birmingham
Здание газеты «Вестник эпохи» Birmingham
Первая Пресвитерианская Церковь в Бирмингеме Birmingham
Собор Святого Павла в Бирмингеме Birmingham
Баптистская церковь 16-ой улицы Magnolia Heights
Парк имени Кэлли Ингрэма Birmingham
Институт гражданских прав Бирмингема Magnolia Heights
Джазовый Зал Славы Алабамы Birmingham
Театр Алабама Birmingham
Театр Карвер Birmingham
Научный центр McWane Birmingham
Самый тяжелый угол на Земле Birmingham
Южный колледж Бирмингема Owenton
Независимая Пресвитерианская Церковь Highland Residence Park
Парк мотоспорта Барбер Jefferson Park
Квинланский замок Five Points South
Birmingham Festival Theatre
Five Points South
Арлингтонский довоенный дом и сад Elyton
Андреевская Епископальная Церковь в Бирмингеме Cullom Place
Blount Springs — Новости

Интересные факты Blount Springs

Blount Springs is an unincorporated community in Blount County Alabama Зміст1 History2 Geography3 References4 External linksHistoryBlount Springs's mineral springs and rural setting made it a summer resort for thousands of wealthy people from Alabama Tennessee Georgia Mississippi...  Подробнее
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Blount Springs is an unincorporated community in Blount County, Alabama.Зміст1 History2 Geography3 References4 External linksHistoryBlount Springs's mineral springs and rural setting made it a summer resort for thousands of wealthy people from Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, and more from 1820 to the 1930s. The sulfur springs were renowned for their curative properties. More than the health benefits, Old Blount became known for its social scene as the gentry of the Black Belt and later the City of Birmingham took advantage of the cooler temperatures of the area during the heat and malarial conditions of late summer.The Goff House and Duffee House were antebellum hotels of renown there, with the Jackson House being built after the war. Renamed the Blount Springs Hotel after the Sloss Brothers took control in 1887, it became one of the finest hotels in the Southeast and was known for its hospitality and the highest quality food and parties.Besides hotels, cottages were available for guest use as well as horseback riding, gambling(permitted by state law only at water places), ten pins and plenty of spirits. Many of the regulars owned their own cottages and spent every season (July through October) at the Springs.Celebrities and important people visited and politicians galore spoke and vacationed there. Governors of several states, Senators and other office holders and seekers were constantly visiting. Even Teddy Roosevelt once made an appearance. One of the largest stars of the day, Lillian Russell, came for an extended visit and created quite a stir after she enjoyed a day of sunbathing and was covered in chigger bites. It took every ounce of butter in the town and surrounding countryside to sooth the most famous body in the country. Diamond Jim Brady, New York Restauranteur and gentleman friend of Miss Russell, also accompanied her on the trip.After a fire started in the kitchen of the main hotel and burned much of the town in June 1915, the end of the resort happened. Combined with the changing of the railroad so that it didn't go through town anymore and the easy access to other entertainments, the town started dying. Those that owned cottages and a few others still came for the next several years. There was an attempt to locate a Veteran's Hospital that failed. Other development plans by members of the Drennen family for a large village and resurgence of the springs never came to fruition. Blount Springs became sparsely populated and largely undeveloped for several decades.In the late 1980s, Blount Springs Recolonization Partners began work on The Village at Blount Springs, the first stage of a planned gated community designed by Duany, Plater-Zyberk architects on the former site of the Blount Springs resort. This community is now home to famous Alabamian Jeff Posey.Numerous springs emerge at the site of the former resort, each containing a different mineral (white sulfur, red sulfur, and lithium, to name a few). When the resort was still in operation, water from the springs was sold in blue glass bottles. Shards of these bottles fill the soil near the foundations of the resort, and are said to bring good luck.GeographyBlount Springs is located at 33°55'52" North and 86°47'38" West. The community is located 3 miles east of Interstate 65, about north of Birmingham and 28 miles south of Cullman, Alabama.ReferencesExternal links

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