Spence-Moon House

Livingston

Spence-Moon House, constructed in 1834, is one of the earliest residences in Livingston.The Spence-Moon House is one of eleven homes built by a group of craftsmen from New Hampshire and Connecticut who were employed to build homes. It is one of only five remaining examples of Federal Period architecture in the area.This home is now owned by the Sumter County Historical Society. As in the past, the house continues to serve the community for family gatherings, weddings, club meetings, and banquets.

Callaway School is the last one room school building in the county. It was moved from Sumterville to the Spence-Moon House properties (on the UWA Campus). The School House now serves as a museum and is managed by the Sumter County Historical Society.

Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

http://www.uwa.edu | 100 US Hwy 11, Livingston, AL
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