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King Colburn McMillan Home

35. KING-COLBURN-MCMILLAN-[309 Clay Street] Built for general Edward King in 1819. General King played a strong role in the area’s development....

35. KING-COLBURN-MCMILLAN-[309 Clay Street]

Built for general Edward King in 1819. General King played a strong role in the area’s development. He served as trustee for the the University of Alabama, on the board of directors of the Marion Female Seminary, and was one of the founders of Judson College.

He also contributed the use of his office for the earliest printings of THE ALABAMA BAPTIST newsletter. Rarely seen in the Black Belt is the one-story raised cottage. Some windowpanes are blown glass.

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Site #35 King-Colburn-McMillan

GPS Coordinates: 32.627777, -87.323732

 

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