Felix Grundy Norman House

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Felix Grundy Norman House


Colbert County, Alabama; Tuscumbia, Alabama; Felix Grundy Norman House; Felix Grundy Norman; Architecture; Native American History; Barton Hall; Tuscumbia Historic District; National Register of Historic Places


Situated on the corner of North Main Street and Second Street in Tuscumbia, the Felix Grundy Norman House is one of the few single-story Greek-revival-style cottages remaining in a city where such structures were once commonplace. The house was constructed in 1851 as a home for Felix Grundy Norman, a prominent Tuscumbia attorney who became the city's mayor after serving in the state legislature during the 1840s.

The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.


Brian Corrigan, University of North Alabama


National Register of Historic Places, Felix Grundy Norman House, Tuscumbia, Colbert County, Alabama, National Register #84000749.

Carolyn Murray Greer, "One of Our Best, Most Respected Citizens," Remembering the Shoals, https://rememberingtheshoals.wordpress.com/2011/02/27/one-of-our-best-most-respected-citizens (accessed December 6, 2015).

"Felix Grundy Norman House," Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Grundy_Norman_House (accessed November 9, 2015).


Alabama Cultural Resource Survey


November 9, 2015


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