Anyway, the review is on Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park near Birmingham, Alabama. Here is a preview:
"Just a bit southwest of Birmingham, Alabama sits the remains of what was once a prosperous iron-making center before and during the Civil War. Nestled on over one-thousand acres of land and covering three counties, Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park offers a look into the past and provides many hours of enjoyment to the visitors who enter it's gates.
According to the Bessemer Camber of Commerce website, "The Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park is the birthplace of Birmingham's iron and steel industry. Tannehill is presently one of Alabama's most unique state parks. Built around the ruins of the pre-Civil War Tannehill Ironworks, this state park has become an accurate reflection of life in Alabama during the mid-1800's.""
For the whole review, please check out the Dew at www.todaysdeepsouth.blogspot.com
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