Sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places:
Cornwall Furnace - Civil War blast furnace situated on Weiss Lake.
Sites listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage:
Major Chisholm Daniel House, Circa 1835- One of the oldest remaining houses in the county. It served as the headquarters of Confederate General John Bell Hood on October 18, 1864.
Bradford-West House, Circa 1863
Webb Chesnut House, Circa 1850
Jordan's Old Place, Circa 1880
Pleasant Gap County Store, Circa 1896
Pratt Park, Circa 1905
Rock Run Village, Circa 1874
Savage-Campbell House, Circa 1908-1910
Cemeteries listed on the Alabama Historic Cemetery Register:
Garrett Cemetery - Cherokee Chief Pathkiller along with many early settlers are interred there.
Little River Falls / Little River Canyon - National Preserve
Yellow Creek Falls - Picturesque waterfall
Cherokee Rock Village - Rock outcropping atop Lookout Mountain with a view of Weiss Lake
Other Historic Sites:
Barry Springs / Fort Likens site - Cherokee Indian removal fort
Streight Surrender Site - The site of U.S. General Abel Streight's surrender to C.S. General Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Historical Signs Placed by the Society recently:
2011: Round Mountain Furnace
Spring Garden history
Sand Rock history
Brown Lumber Co.
Rock Run history
Cedar Bluff during the Civil War(Forrest)
Cedar Bluff during the Civil War(SHERMAN)
History of Cedar Bluff(establishment, county seat)
History of Cedar Bluff(later)
History of Centre
Weiss Lake history
Cherokee County history
Long Shadows house