Wedowee, which means "old water" in the Creek language, was named after a Muscogee Creek Indian chief.
This area was historically occupied by the Muscogee Creek people.
The high school moved to new facilities in 1929 further to the south.
The late Gothic Revival building was constructed 1928–1929 to consolidate the original Lanier (then in a building now known as Baldwin Magnet School, formerly Baldwin Junior High School) and Montgomery County High School (now the Cloverdale campus of Huntingdon College, formerly Cloverdale Junior High School).
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The county was developed for the cultivation of cotton as a commodity crop, with labor primarily done by enslaved African Americans, many of whom were sold to the Deep South from the Upper South.
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The name of the new school was decided by the outcome of a football game between the two schools in the fall of 1928, which Lanier won.