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St. Luke's, And A Mason's Wife

Monday, July 08, 2013

Alabama, Cahaba Rivers at Old Cahawba

St. Luke's was originally built in 1854 at what we now call 'Old Cahawba' -- the town that served as Alabama's first capital and was abandoned due to flooding issues -- it's right on the Alabama and Cahaba rivers. With the help of Auburn's Rural Studio, St. Luke's was moved back to Cahawba from Martin's Station where it was moved and had been over 100 years.

St. Luke's, Old Cahawba AL
If you're thinking: Richard Upjohn...you're right.

Old Cahawba is a ghost town now:
Old Cahawba Alabama

Old Cahawba Alabama

Old Cahawba Alabama

Old Cahawba Alabama

All that's left of the Crocheron mansion:

Crocheron Columns at Old Cahawba AL

River cabin:
River Cabin, Old Cahawba AL

The cemetery:
Cemetery at Old Cahawba, Alabama

Cemetery at Old Cahawba, Alabama

Cemetery at Old Cahawba, Alabama

Cemetery at Old Cahawba, Alabama

Cemetery at Old Cahawba, Alabama

Cemetery at Old Cahawba, Alabama

Cemetery at Old Cahawba, Alabama

Very special:
Cemetery at Old Cahawba, Alabama

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