Alabama

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Autauga -Formed in 1818 from Montgomery Co.
Baldwin – Formed in 1809 from Washington and Florida Counties
Barbour – Formed in 1832 from Pike Co. and lands of the Creek Indians
Bibb – Formed in 1818; Originally Cahawba Co.
Blount – Formed in 1818 from lands of the Creek Indians
Butler – Formed in 1819 from Monroe and Conecuh Counties
Burke – Formed in 1777 from St. George Parish
Calhoun – Formed in 1832 from lands of the Creek Indians; Originally Benton Co.
Chambers – Formed in 1832 from lands of the Creek Indians
Cherokee – Formed in 1836 from lands of the Cherokee Indians
Choctaw – Formed in 1847 from Sumter and Washington Co.s
Clarke – Formed in 1812 from the Mississippi Territory
Coffee – Formed in 1841 from Dale Co.
Conecuh – Formed in 1818 from Monroe Co.
Coosa – Formed in 1832 from lands of the Creek Indians
Covington – Formed in 1821; a.k.a. Jones Co.
Dale – Formed in 1824 from Covington and Henry Co.s
Dallas – Formed in 1814 from lands of the Creek Indians
De Kalb – Formed in 1836 from lands of the Creek Indians
Fayette – Formed in 1824 from Tuscaloosa and Marion Co.s
Franklin – Formed in 1818 from lands of the Cherokee and Chickasaw Indians
Greene – Formed in 1819 from Marengo and Tuscaloosa Co.s
Henry
Jackson
Jefferson
Lauderdale
Lawrence
Limestone
Lowndes
Macon
Madison
Marengo
Marion
Marshall
Mobile
Monroe
Montgomery
Morgan
Perry
Pickens
Pike
Randolph
Russell
Saint Clair
Shelby
Sumter
Talladega
Tallapoosa
Tuscaloosa
Walker
Wilcox
Winston