Russell Cave is located in northeast Alabama in Jackson County. It is a significant archaeological site with deep deposits that are a result of frequent use by Native Americans for thousands of years and offer a glimpse of lifeways from the Archaic to the historic period. Russell Cave was named a National Monument in 1961. Today, the cave is part of the national park system.

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Encyclopedia of Alabama

Photos courtesy of: Alabama Department of Archives and History, Alamy,