No, it's not the name of the latest horror movie. Both cotton and its nemesis, the boll weevil, have been memorialized in monuments. On. Dec. 11, 1919, the people of Enterprise, Ala., dedicated a monument to the boll weevil, a tiny insect that devastated their cotton fields and forced farmers to pursue mixed farming and manufacturing. The monument is now on the National Register and is situated at the intersection of Main and College streets. It depicts a woman in a flowing gown with outstretched arms that hold a larger-than-life boll weevil. They stand 13.5 feet above street level and are surrounded by an illuminated fountain.