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Also known as the James Oliver Banks House, the Coleman-Banks House is a historic home in Eutaw, Alabama. It was built by George W. Shauver in 1847. However, it got its name from its other owners, Rhoda Coleman who purchased the property in 1857, and James Oliver Banks who managed to acquire it in 1890.

The Coleman-Banks House is made popular and significant by its Greek Revival style of architecture. Its design was so remarkable that it was selected to be recorded by the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1934. It is also noted for its elaborate Greek revival doorways and four monumental Ionic columns that span the front portico.

The Coleman-Banks House is currently owned by the Greene County Historical Society. It is also a part of the National Register of Historic Places.
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