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UPDATED WITH PODCAST PATRON+ Did you know that Huntsville, Alabama has the distinction of having the oldest public water system in the United States west of the Appalachians?

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9 comments

  1. Don Wilson

    Rob Peel Julianne Peel

  2. Rob Peel

    Sonofa……. That’s AWESOME!

  3. Rob Peel

    Dunno, could be. Bit of a big coincidence that we share birthdays though…..

  4. James Ellis

    Fecal matter makes it taste better………..

  5. Rejetta Balentine

    Leslie Crosby has a section of the original cedar log.

  6. Ann Marie VanArsdale Crown

    Drinking water tastes like dirt.

  7. Caddo Historical

    Hunter Peel and Volney Peel lived for a time in Lawrence County Alabama.

  8. Jean Allan

    There’s a serious competitor: 1762 Historic Bethlehem, PA Waterworks, recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, and an American Water Landmark, was the first pumped municipal water system in America. http://historicbethlehem.org/?historic-site=waterworks

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