Col. Montgomery Gilbreath House
353 Blount Avenue,P. O. Box 236, Guntersville, AL 35976 - United States
The historic Montgomery Gilbreath House is home of the Guntersville Historical Society. Built in 1857, the home reflects architecture and furnishings of the period. Displays show major events in the history of Gunter's Landing and Guntersville. Three primary actions were Andrew Jackson's Trail, the Trail of Tears, and the Civil War.
Tours offered by docents regarding Andrew Jackson's Ft. Deposit near Guntersville, the settlement of Guntersville by John Gunter along with Trail of Tears, and Guntersville's importance as a river town during the Civil War.
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