Escambia County Alabama population is 38,319. Its county seat is Brewton, Alabama. Historic American Indian tribes in the area included the Muskogean-speaking Creek, Choctaw, and Alabama, who had inhabited the lands for centuries and had many settlements. The former two tribes were among those in the Southeast whom the European-American settlers called the Five Civilized Tribes, as they adopted some European-American cultural ways in an attempt to survive alongside the encroachment of settlers moving into the area in the early nineteenth century. Most of these people were removed by United States forces in the 1830s to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi River.
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Atmore is a city in Escambia County, Alabama. It has an estimated population of 10,194.
Atmore Alabama Today
Atmore is in the planning stages to increase its economic base with additions in its new Rivercane development along the I-65 corridor. Atmore has completed requirements to be recognized as an Alabama Community of Excellence at the upcoming Alabama League of Municipalities Convention. City officials are also working with the Alabama Historical Commission to have the downtown district listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
There is a legend in south Alabama, associated with the spirit of a man known as, “Railroad Bill”. This story, from slave cultures, during the post-Civil War era, during the reconstruction of the South, documents a “Robin Hood” type character who stole from food trains and sold the items to poor, rural southern families for less than they could buy them in general stores.
New Conecuh River Boat Landing Now Open Near Pollard, Ala. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division (WFF) has recently opened a new boat landing on the Conecuh River near Pollard, Ala. The new landing is approximately 9 miles south of the city of Brewton, Ala., on the west side of the river near the end of Pollard Road. The new facility includes a 15-foot-wide launching slab and concrete parking lot for 17 truck and trailer rigs and is fully compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. During the summer of 2017, the parking lot will be striped to designate parking spaces.