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Tallapoosa County Alabama
Tallapoosa County was established on December 18, 1832
The name Tallapoosa is of Creek origin, and many Indian villages were along the banks of the lower river before the 19th century. On April 6th of 1940 the Menawa Indians transferred the land they were granted through the terms of the 1832 treaty to the courthouse commissioners of Tallapoosa County for the courthouse site.
The county seat is Dadeville
TALLAPOOSA COUNTY COURTHOUSE
CITIES, TOWNS, AND POPULATED PLACES
* Alexander City * Agricola * Barnesville * Benson * Blue Creek * Bulgers * Buttston * Camp Hill * Carrville * Cherokee Bluffs * Concord * Cowpens * Cosby * Dadeville * Daviston * Dudley * Easton * Elder * Fosheeton * Frog Eye * Goldville * Hackneyville * Hamlet * Jacksons' Gap * Liberty City * New Site * Our Town * Perryville * Pine Grove * Pinnell * Ponders * Reeltown * Sandy Creek Community * Sardis * Simpson * Slaughters * Spinks * Still Waters * Surdivent * Susanna * Tallassee (part in Elmore County) * Truett * Thorton * Union * Walnut Hill * Doss Mountain * Elkahatchee Creek * Hillabee Creek * * Hog Mountain * Lake Martin * Sougahatchee River * Wind Creek * Youngsville *
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