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Dallas County Alabama Map

Dallas County Alabama

Dallas County Alabama

Dallas County Alabama

 

Dallas County population is 43,820. The county seat is Selma. Its name is in honor of United States Secretary of the Treasury Alexander J. Dallas, who served 1814-1816.
The county is traversed by the Alabama River and bordered by Perry, Chilton, Autauga, Lowndes, Wilcox, and Marengo counties. Originally, the Dallas county seat was at Cahaba, which also served as the state capital for a brief period. In 1865, the county seat was transferred to Selma. Other towns and communities in the still mostly rural county include Marion Junction, Sardis, Orrville, Valley Grande, and Minter.

Dallas County Alabama Cities:

Selma, Alabama

Valley Grande,  Alabama

Dallas County Alabama Towns:

Orrville, Alabama

Dallas County Alabama Communities:

Beloit, Alabama

Bogue Chitto, Alabama

Browns, Alabama

Carlowville, Alabama

Crumptonia, Alabama

Elm Bluff, Alabama

Marion Junction, Alabama

Minter, Alabama

Plantersville, Alabama

Pleasant Hill, Alabama

Richmond, Alabama

Safford, Alabama

Sardis, Alabama

Selmont-West, Alabama

Selmont, Alabama

Summerfield, Alabama

Tyler, Alabama

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Chambers County

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Cedric Alabama: 33.106944, -85.286667
Fort Cusseta: 32.833333, -86.633333
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Cedric Alabama

Cedric, Alabama was a small community in northeastern Chambers County, Alabama. Today it is entirely in private ownership. It is located 3–4 miles to the southeast of present day Roanoke, and about 1 mile southwest of Bacon Level Church.

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Fort Cusseta
Fort Cusseta was a wooden stockade built by white settlers to protect against possible Creek Indian attacks. Its ruin still exists today within the small city of Cusseta, Alabama.
Cusseta Alabama

 

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