Colbert County, Alabama
Colbert County administrative offices are located at 201 North Main Street, Tuscumbia, AL 35674; phone: 256‑386‑8500.
Photo: Ivy Green, circa 1820, located at 300 West North Commons, Tuscumbia, AL. Birthplace and childhood home of Helen Keller. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. Photographed by User:Jennifer Lee (own work), 2009, [cc-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons, accessed November, 2021.
First settled around 1819 at Leighton (then known as Jeffrey's Crossroads). Colbert County was created in 1867 from part of Franklin County. Tuscumbia was designated as the county seat in 1870.
- Carter, Clyde, House
- Chambers-Robinson House
- Christian, John and Archibald, House
- Colbert County Courthouse Square Historic District
- Ivy Green
- Johnson, John, House
- Muscle Shoals Sound Studio
- Newman, E.L., Lustron House
- Nitrate Village No. 1 Historic District
- Norman, Felix Grundy, House
- Oaks, The
- Rather, John Daniel, House
- Rock Creek Archeological District (ACt44,ACt45)
- Sheffield Downtown Commercial District
- Sheffield Residential Historic District
- Tuscumbia Historic District
- Winston, William, House