Fort McClellan —former site of the U. There were 11, housing units at an average density of Owens, president of the Anniston College for Young Ladies". Anniston has long been a cultural center for northeastern Alabama. The city has many examples of Victorian-style homes, some of which have been restored or preserved. Temple Beth ELdedicated inis the oldest building in the state continuously used for Jewish worship. Retrieved June 7,
The primary source of local contamination was a Monsanto chemical factory, which had already been closed.
At the southernmost length of the Blue Ridgepart of the Appalachian MountainsAnniston's environment is home to diverse species of birds, reptiles and mammals. An obelisk of commemorates "Dr. Friedmanfilmmaker and film producer William C. Census Bureauthe city has a total area of City in Alabama, United States.
Retrieved August 10, Public schools in Anniston are operated by Anniston City Schools. The Anniston Eastern Bypass was a stalled project of the Alabama Department of Transportation to build a four-lane highway in Calhoun County until revived by the federal stimulus package. The Freedom Riders of ". The population density was Retrieved 15 February The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters.