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Macon County was established on December 18, 1832, from land ceded by the Creek, following the US Congress' passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830.
Macon County is known as the home of historic Tuskegee Institute, now Tuskegee University, and its noted founder and first president, Dr. Booker T. Washington.
Its county seat and only city is Tuskegee. Its name is in honor of Nathaniel Macon, a member of the United States Senate from North Carolina.
CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES
* Franklin * Notasulga * Shorter * Tuskegee *
* Creek Stand * Fort Davis * Hardaway *Little Texas * Warriorstand *
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- Website Updates:
- January 2015: Married News: DELBRIDGE, ECHOLS, DAVIS, MULLIGAN, HODNETTE, CHILES, TAYLOR, BAKER, ATTWELL, POSTELLE, FISHER, FAIL, EWBANK, HILL; Death News: HODNETTE, HILL, WASHINGTON Anniversary News: BREWER; Bios: HAMES
- October 2014: 1925 Confederate Pensioners
- September 2014: Bio: TANNER
- August 2014: Bio: KYLE; Brick Walls - FOSTER - Submitted by Dana Nixon
- July 2014: Bio: ZACHRY - Transcribed by Joseph Rose; Mil: Civilwar: Southern Claims Commission Applicants;
- April 2014: History: Water Mills of Macon County in 1886
- February 2014: School News; List of Known Newspapers of Macon County
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