Alabama Map: Greene County Alabama Map

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Alabama Map: Green County Alabama Map


Alabama Map: Green County Alabama Map

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Greene County Alabama Map

Greene County Alabama Map

Greene County Alabama population is 9,045. making it the least populous county in Alabama. Its county seat is Eutaw, Alabama.

Greene County was created by an act of the Alabama on December 13, 1819, from lands ceded to the federal government by the Choctaw Indian Cession of 1816. The county was named for Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene, and the county seat, Eutaw, was named for the Battle of Eutaw Springs, in which Greene led his troops in the recapture of Charleston, South Carolina, from the British.

Comprising approximately 631 square miles, Greene County lies in the west-central area of the state. It is bounded to the north by Pickens County and Tuscaloosa County, to the east by Hale County, to the south by Marengo County, and to the west by Sumter County.

The Tombigbee River flows along the western border of the county, and its tributary, the Sipsey River Swamp flows along the northern border. Other tributaries of the Tombigbee, including Taylor, Brush, and Trussells creeks, also intersect the county. The Black Warrior River runs along the eastern border until it meets the Tombigbee at Demopolis, just below the southern tip of Greene County, in Marengo County.

Greene County Alabama Cities:


Greene County Alabama Towns:

Boligee, Forkland, Union

Greene County Alabama Communities:

Clinton, Crawford Fork, Jena, Knoxville, Mantua, Mount Hebron, Pleasant Ridge, West Greene

Greene County Alabama Historic Places:
  • Anthony, David Rinehart, House (added 1982 – – #82002015)
    307 Wilson Ave. , Eutaw
  • Boligee Hill (added 1982 – – #82002014) Also known as Myrtle Hall SE of Boligee , Boligee
  • Braune, Gustave, House (added 1982 – – #82002016) 236 Prairie St. , Eutaw
  • Carpenter, Capt. Nathan, House (added 1999 – – #99000793) Also known as Twin Oaks Plantation 2.5 mi. SE of Clinton , Eutlaw
  • Cockrell, Samuel W., House (added 1982 – – #82001618) 210 Wilson St. , Eutaw
  • First Presbyterian Church (added 1974 – – #74000411) Main St. and Wilson Ave. , Eutaw
  • Greene County Courthouse (added 1971 – – #71000098) Courthouse Sq. , Eutaw

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Bird’s Hay Bale Art Farm: 32.629167, -87.847194
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Bird’s Hay Bale Art Farm

Bird’s Hay Bale Art Farm is a large field beside Highway 43 that contains many amusing and imaginative creations, most of which were made with large bales of hay.

Many motorists driving along Highway 43 between Demopolis and Eutaw have done a double-take when they see Bird’s Farm for the first time.  Bird’s Farm is a large field beside Highway 43 that contains many amusing and imaginative creations, most of which were made with large bales of hay. The hay bale creations include a ship on rough seas, a rabbit, a helicopter, an army tank, a matador in trouble with a bull, three monkeys that represent “hear no evil”, “see no evil” and “speak no evil”, an octopus devouring a seaman, a pink muscle car, and several other amusing creations.  Bird’s Farm also has several creations that contain no hay bales. These include Snoopy crashing the Red Baron’s airplane into a tree, and a towering 32-foot Tin Man that was made with bathtubs, 55-gallon drums, an old fuel tank, a rusted out fertilizer spreader and other scrapped materials.

Address: Forkland
Latitude: 32.6291670000 | Longitude: -87.8471940000
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