Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Archaic, Woodland, American, Nineteenth-Century Plantati, Late Woodland, Native American, African-American, Euro-American and Rural American dating back to 8999 BC.
Several famous people are associated with these Montgomery County historic places including James Randal Kent and William Ingles.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Montgomery County places including James E. Crush, William L. Bailey, J.D. Hufford, King Iron Bridge & Manufacturing Co., John Swope, Wes Gray, Ralph Adams Cram, Joseph Pepper, Clinton Harriman Cowgill and Charles Pascoe. Prominent architectural styles found in Montgomery Country are Greek Revival, Colonial Revival and Italianate.
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