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Autauga County Historic Marker


Location of sign - Autauga County Historic Marker - Autauga County Courthouse, Alabama 218 N. Court St., Prattville, Alabama


Photo taken August 2001


Autauga County Historic Marker

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Wayne


Text of sign:


A County Older Than The State


Autauga County

Created in 1818 by act of Alabama Territorial Legislature.  Autauga Indians lived on a creek from which county takes its name.

Autaugas were members of the Alibamo tribe.  They sent many warriors to resist Andrew Jackson's Invasion in Creek War.

County was part of territory ceded by Creeks in Treaty of Ft. Jackson, 1814.  Prattville County Seat since 1868.  Earlier

Jackson's Mill, Washington, Kingston.


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