Alabama Mid-East Region Maps
Autauga County Alabama Map
Autauga County is located in the central part of the state, wholly within the coastal plain. It comprises 597 square miles. The first county seat was established at Washington, on the site of the Indian village of Atagi, in 1819. In 1830 the county seat was moved to Kingston. In 1868 the legislature removed the county seat to Prattville, which was named after cotton gin manufacturer Daniel Pratt.
Bibb County Alabama Map
The county is located near the center of the state and is drained by the Cahaba River.