National Register of Historic Places:

Ivy Creek Archeological District is a Archeological District in City unavailable, Autauga County, Alabama. The address filed with the National Park Service is . Ivy Creek Archeological District is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The listing was certified. The area of significance is Archeological. The ownership is Unknown. The architectural style is Nothing Specified. The period of significance is . The current function of the site is Archeological District.

Additional Information

Reference Number65001320
TypeDistrict
Request TypeMultiple
StatusEligible
Listed DateUnknown
OwnerUnknown
Restricted AddressYes
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Architects Builders EngineersUnknown
Area of SignificanceArcheological
Architectural StyleNothing Specified
FunctionArcheological District
MaterialsNone Listed
CityCity unavailable
StateAlabama
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CountyAutauga
County Informationhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autauga_County,_Alabama
Criteria ExceptionNone Listed
Name NPS OrderIvy Creek Archeological District