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Swann Bridge, Spanning Locust Fork of Black Warrior River, Swann, Cleveland, Blount County, AL



B&W Photos

HB52592
BWPhotos 193416

HB52593
BWPhotos 193417

HB52594
BWPhotos 193418

HB52595
BWPhotos 193419

HB52596
BWPhotos 193420

HB52597
BWPhotos 193421

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HB52599
BWPhotos 193423

HB52600
BWPhotos 193424

HB52601
BWPhotos 193425

HB52602
BWPhotos 193426

HB52603
BWPhotos 193427

HB52604
BWPhotos 193428


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Item Title


Location
Swann, Cleveland vicinity, AL

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER AL-201
Building/structure dates: 1933 initial construction
Significance: Swann Bridge is one of three surviving covered bridges in Blount County, Alabama, one of the last strongholds of covered bridge building in the United States.

Subjects
Civil Engineering
Covered Bridges
Bridge Construction


Related Names
Tidwell, Zelma Clyde
Town, Ithiel
Dover, E. L.
Richards, Chuck
Montey, Bonnie Swann
Bennett, Lola, Historian
Lowe, Jet, Photographer


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

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