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Encyclopedia > List of counties in Alabama

List of 67 counties in the U.S. state of Alabama:

  1. Autauga County
  2. Baldwin County
  3. Barbour County
  4. Bibb County
  5. Blount County
  6. Bullock County
  7. Butler County
  8. Calhoun County
  9. Chambers County
  10. Cherokee County
  11. Chilton County
  12. Choctaw County
  13. Clarke County
  14. Clay County
  15. Cleburne County
  16. Coffee County
  17. Colbert County
  18. Conecuh County
  19. Coosa County
  20. Covington County
  21. Crenshaw County
  22. Cullman County
  23. Dale County
  24. Dallas County
  25. DeKalb County
  26. Elmore County
  27. Escambia County
  28. Etowah County
  29. Fayette County
  30. Franklin County
  31. Geneva County
  32. Greene County
  33. Hale County
  34. Henry County
  35. Houston County
  36. Jackson County
  37. Jefferson County
  38. Lamar County
  39. Lauderdale County
  40. Lawrence County
  41. Lee County
  42. Limestone County
  43. Lowndes County
  44. Macon County
  45. Madison County
  46. Marengo County
  47. Marion County
  48. Marshall County
  49. Mobile County
  50. Monroe County
  51. Montgomery County
  52. Morgan County
  53. Perry County
  54. Pickens County
  55. Pike County
  56. Randolph County
  57. Russell County
  58. Shelby County
  59. St. Clair County
  60. Sumter County
  61. Talladega County
  62. Tallapoosa County
  63. Tuscaloosa County
  64. Walker County
  65. Washington County
  66. Wilcox County
  67. Winston County

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County - encyclopedia article about County. (3949 words)
The counties are subdivisions of the ancient Provinces of Ireland.
The county of Oslo is equivalent to the municipality of Oslo.
At the county level there is a county administrative board led by a governor appointed by the central government of Sweden, as well as an elected county council that handles a separate set of issues, notably hospitals and public transportation.
Alabama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1051 words)
The state of Alabama seceded from the Union on January 11, 1861 and became the Alabama Republic and on February 18, 1861 became a Confederate state.
Alabama's agricultural outputs are poultry and eggs, cattle, nursery stock, peanuts, cotton, vegetables, milk, and soybeans.
As of 2004, Alabama's population was estimated to be 4,530,182.
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