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|Body= Constructed by the US Army in 1828 for making munitions originally. In the late 1880s the arsenal was used to confine captured Native Americans including Geronimo. The land was deeded to the state of Alabama in 1895 and [[Mt. Vernon Insane Hospital|the hospital was built]] in 1902 to relieve overcrowding at Bryce State Hospital.    
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|Body= [[Columbus State Hospital]] was two hundred and ninety-five feet in length and contained one hundred and fifty-three single rooms. The Directors apologized for the apparently extravagant size by saying that it would be required in a few years.      
 
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Featured Image Of The Week

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Columbus State Hospital was two hundred and ninety-five feet in length and contained one hundred and fifty-three single rooms. The Directors apologized for the apparently extravagant size by saying that it would be required in a few years.