Alabama

Lowndes County

Cities and Towns in Lowndes County Lowndes County, established in 1830, is Alabama’s 64th largest county by population (out of 67). Lowndes County was founded historically in Butler, Dallas, and Montgomery counties. Hayneville serves as the county seat. Lowndes County has a population of 11,299 people and an area of 715.91 square miles, with a …

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Winston County

Cities and Towns in Winston County Winston County, established in 1850, is the 43rd most populous county in Alabama (out of 67). Winston County was developed from Walker County in the past (as Hancock County). The county seat is located in the city of Double Springs. Winston County has a population of 24,484 people and …

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Wilcox County

Cities and Towns in Wilcox County Wilcox County, established in 1819, is Alabama’s 62nd largest county by population (out of 67). Wilcox County was founded historically in Dallas and Monroe counties. Camden serves as the county seat. Wilcox County has a population of 11,670 people and an area of 888.50 square miles, with a population …

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Washington County

Cities and Towns in Washington County Washington County, Alabama’s 51st largest county by population (out of 67), was founded in 1800. Historically, Adams and Pickering counties in Mississippi Territory were combined to form Washington County. Chatom serves as the county seat. Washington County has a population of 17,581 people and an area of 1,080.21 square …

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Walker County

Cities and Towns in Walker County Walker County, Alabama’s 21st largest county by population (out of 67), was founded in 1823. Walker County was founded historically from Blount, Jefferson, and Tuscaloosa counties. Jasper serves as the county seat. Walker County has a population of 67,023 people and an area of 791.19 square miles, with a …

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Tuscaloosa County

Cities and Towns in Tuscaloosa County Tuscaloosa County, established in 1818, is the sixth most populous county in Alabama (out of 67). Tuscaloosa County was founded historically from Montgomery County and Choctaw territory. Tuscaloosa serves as the county seat. Tuscaloosa County has a population of 194,656 people and an area of 1,321.75 square miles, with …

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Tallapoosa County

Cities and Towns in Tallapoosa County Tallapoosa County, established in 1832, is Alabama’s 31st largest county by population (out of 67). Tallapoosa County was founded by combining Montgomery and Shelby counties. Dadeville serves as the county seat. Tallapoosa County has a population of 41,616 people and an area of 716.52 square miles, with a population …

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Talladega County

Cities and Towns in Talladega County Talladega County, established in 1832, is the 17th most populous county in Alabama (out of 67). Talladega County was founded historically in St. Clair and Shelby counties. Talladega serves as the county seat. Talladega County has an area of 736.78 square miles with a population density of 111.66 persons …

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Sumter County

Cities and Towns in Sumter County Sumter County, established in 1832, is Alabama’s 60th largest county by population (out of 67). Sumter County was historically developed from Choctaw territory. The county seat is the city of Livingston. Sumter County has a population of 13,763 people and an area of 903.89 square miles, with a population …

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Saint Clair County

Cities and Towns in Saint Clair County St. Clair County, established in 1818, is the 15th most populous county in Alabama (out of 67). St. Clair County was developed from Shelby County in the past. The county seat is located at Ashville and Pell City. St. Clair County has an area of 631.90 square miles …

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