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The Nanna Hubba Bluff is a historic area in Mobile County, Alabama. The bluff is located near Calvert, overlooking the Tombigbee River.

The Nanna Hubba Bluff traces its history back to the 1000 BC. However, it became most notable for its association with the Native American tribe known as the Nanibas. They were said to be a Choctaw people, with their name meaning ?fish-eaters?. The site got its name after the tribe who occupied the site during the historic era. They had a village established here during the early 18th century, until they moved to an area near the Fort Louis de la Mobile.

The Nanna Hubba Bluff was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The site is currently owned by the ThyssenKrupp Steel and Stainless USA.
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