1. Trish Robertson Johnson would enjoy this I think.

  2. Thank you for this information. I am the County Commissioner in Russell County that has started the project for the restoration of the building. The building had a roof leak and probably only had a couple of years left when I took office. It looks so good today and we are working on landscaping and placing restrooms in separate building out back so people can come see the building and relax in the park area we have proposed next to the building.
    Our community is so excited about this project and we are planning a “Day in the Park” on October 18, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET as a fundraiser to continue the project.
    I would love to let you have access to the building to continue to story.

  3. […] those that had been quartered about where Columbus now is. This party left the Chattahoochee for Tuckabatchee and traveled pretty much the route that now leads from Columbus to Pole Cat Springs; their trail or […]

  4. […] all our stock, horses and effects taken from us. During the council, an Indian countryman came from Tuckabatche, and informed them that my father had obtained leave from Double Head to come that way from the […]

    1. Your community should be proud of what they have done for saving such a historic building. W’e’ll put your facebook link at the end of the story.

  5. You can find updated pictures on facebook on the Crawford Park at The Historic Tuckabatchee Masonic Lodge page, It looks so pretty now.

    1. We added the facebook link to the story. Thank you for sending it.

  6. A photo of an old Masonic Lodge… Interesting.

  7. We need to preserve these sites.
    Is anything being done to preserve the Tuckabatchee Town and Talisi Town sites?

  8. Too bad no one knows what really happened and all the false history is being perpetuated while history within official records is not used hardly at all. Interesting when we figure out that American History is the greatest lie ever told.

  9. This is the inside of a Masonic Lodge

  10. The Native American Nations website (http://www.nanations.com/tribes.htm ) in their Alphabetical Enumeration of the Indian Tribes and Nations lists Tukabatche as being on Tallapoosie River, 30 mi. above Fort Alabama, in 1775 as does The Aboriginal Races of North America , by Samuel G. Drake, 1880, 15th ed. Rev., NY

    This is several miles from Crawford.

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