Dam in Jackson, Alabama.


Founded in 1816 and named after the seventh U.S. President, Andrew Jackson, the city of Jackson, Alabama is a blend of historical richness and modern growth. Once known as "Pine Level" and "Republicville," it has evolved from its timber town roots to become a hub of various industries. Situated on the Tombigbee River, the city's strategic location makes it ideal for commercial development. The city also boasts four sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Jackson Historic District.

Dam in Jackson, Alabama.

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