Now the Book’s Been Written on Sylacauga Marble

Many people in Alabama, including those who reside in Talladega County, aren’t aware of a 35-mile vein of pure, white marble in that region so pristine that it’s been used as dimension stone on the lobby walls of the U.S. Supreme Court. Sylacauga, known as Alabama’s “Marble City,” saw a considerable boom in the early…

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