River pilots prior to its settlement in 1848 knew the site of Alma as Twelve Mile Bluff. Alma today reflects the "mirror of the past and the vision of the future"...Yesteryear was the good old railroad days; today 30-some trains pass through Alma. In past days logging rafts, canoes and river steamboats paddled by; today barges, pleasure craft and elegant steamboats go by. Today, Alma is a river town filled with gift stores, fine art, antique shops, retail stores, and restaurants and a nice variety of lodging and attractions.
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