Forrest-Streight Trail, Alabama Page9
Photos/Text courtesy of Steven Hippensteel, AL
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(March 2010) Enlarge Forrest-Streight Trail Sign: These signs are strategically placed along the length of the Forrest-Streight trail taking you through small country roads and suburban city are

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(March 2010) Enlarge Battleground, Alabama Historic Site: This is the historic marker in the small community of Battleground, Alabama about 10 miles outside of Cullman, Alabama and on the Forrest-Streight Trail



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(March 2010) Enlarge Battle Of Hog Mountain


(March 2010) Battle Of Hog Mountain: This is the sight where the Battle of Hog Mountain took place after the Battle of Crooked Creek. This sight is just a few miles downstream from the Crooked Creek battle site


(March 2010) Enlarge This is a short gravel road between two paved roads that runs behind some residential homes and part of the Forrest-Streight Trail


(March 2010) Enlarge This is a paved country road winding between fields which runs between Hog Mountain and the community of Blountsville, Alabama on the Forrest-Streight Trail. Streight's men would have seen these cows as a godsend if this had been the sight they saw when they came through these parts having to forage for food just about the entire raid


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