Lineville Alabama

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Lineville Alabama

The geographical area containing today’s town of Lineville was inhabited by Native Americans as far back as at least 11,000 years ago. Up until the late 1500s, the local Indians were primarily from the Coushatta (Coosa), Alibamo (Alabama), Uchi, Tallassee, Arbeka, Choctaw, Cherokee, and Natchez tribes. White man probably made first contact with these local tribes during Hernando DeSoto’s expedition in 1540. Some historians believe that a few of DeSoto’s scouts came up Talladega Creek into what is now Clay County.

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