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Copeland House/Inn

A federal style,antebellum brick home, this structure was built of homemade red bricks in the early 1800's by Lewis Copeland [& his slave] for his wife,Jane R. Nesmith & their children.It was used as their home & later, as an Inn. It is listed by the "Alabama Heritage" magazine 1996 Fall Issue # 46as a significant historic site within Blount County,Alabama & is included in their article,"Places in Peril" of destruction by neglect. The structure was temporarily stabilized by placing steele reinforcment beams with the assistance of the local historical society volunteers & the State of Alabama, historical preservation society.This house has historic significance to several of the founding families of the Blountsville & Blount County area of Alabama. ... show more

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Photo taken at Lewis Copeland House/Inn near Blountsville, Blount County, Alabama on