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After they had established themselves, the occupying federals did not burn or pillage the city of Huntsville, though towns around it were sometimes targeted. The Union troops were forced to retreat some months later, but returned to Huntsville in the fall of 1863 and thereafter used the city as a base of operations for the remainder of the war.While many homes and villages in the surrounding countryside were burned in retaliation for the active guerrilla warfare in the area, Huntsville itself was spared because it housed elements of the Union Army.After the Civil War, Huntsville became a center for cotton textile mills, such as Lincoln, Dallas, and Merrimack.
However, due to anti-British sentiment during this period, the name was changed to "Huntsville" to honor John Hunt, who had been forced to move to other land south of the new city.The 44 delegates meeting there wrote a constitution for the new state of Alabama.In accordance with the new state constitution, Huntsville became Alabama's first capital when the state was admitted to the Union.The city's sesquicentennial anniversary was held in 1955, David Wade arrived in Huntsville in 1817. It was torn down in 1952 and today only the antebellum smokehouse, an imposing structure, survives.He built the David Wade House on the north side of Bob Wade Lane (Robert B. In 1819, Huntsville hosted a constitutional convention in Walker Allen's large cabinetmaking shop.