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Russell County Alabama
Russell County Alabama
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Russell County was created by an act of the Alabama General Assembly on Dec. 18, 1832 from former Creek Indian Territory. It is located in the south-central eastern section of Alabama. The boundary on the east is the Chattahoochee River and the State of Georgia. The county is named for Col. Gilbert C. Russell of Mobile, Ala., a U.S. military officer who fought in the Creek Wars. The first county seat was established in Girard. The county seat was moved to Seale in 1868 and then to Phenix City in the 1930s. Several unincorporated communities fall within Russell County’s 641 square miles: Fort Benning, Fort Mitchell, Uchee, Pittsview, Seale, Cottonton, Crawford, Dixie and Ladonia. Russell County has two incorporated cities, Hurtsboro, in the southwest corner of the county, and Phenix City in the Northern most section.
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