Dekalb County, Alabam

Dekalb County, Alabam

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Shiloh, DeKalb County, Alabama, Valley Head, Alabama, Geraldine, Alabama, Henagar, Alabama, Crossville, Alabama, Mentone, Alabama, Rainsville, Alabama, Powell, Alabama, Fort Payne, Alabama, Ider, Alabama, Collinsville, Alabama, Fyffe, Alabama, Sylvania, Alabama, Hammondville, Alabama, Sand Rock, Alabama, Pine Ridge, Alabama, Lakeview, Alabama, Sand Mountain, Alabama's 4th congressional district, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Old Union Crossing Covered Bridge, WJSD-LP, Bootsville, Alabama, Aroney, Alabama, WKOC-LP, Alabama State Route 168, Adamsburg, Alabama, Isbell Field, Beaty Crossroads, Alabama, Alabama State Route 176, Willstown, Lake Howard, Alabama, Alpine, DeKalb County, Alabama, DeSoto State Park, Buck's Pocket State Park, Grove Oak, Alabama, DeKalb County Schools, Battelle, Alabama, DeSoto Falls, Little River Falls, Rawlingsville, Alabama, Dawson, Alabama, Hopewell, DeKalb County, Alabama. Excerpt: Fort Payne is a city in DeKalb County, Alabama, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 12, 938. The city is the county seat of DeKalb County. It bills itself as the qOfficial Sock Capital of the World.q In the 19th century this was the site of Willstown, an important village of the Cherokees who relocated to Tahlequah, Oklahoma during the Cherokee Trail of Tears. For a time beginning in 1989, Fort Payne held the world record for qLargest Cake Ever Baked, q for a cake of 128, 238 pounds (58, 168 kg) baked to commemorate the city's centennial. A magnitude 4.9 earthquake occurred here in 2003. The site of Fort Payne was originally the important village of Willstown, Cherokee Nation. For a time it was the home of Sequoyah, who invented the Cherokee syllabary, enabling reading and writing in the language. The settlement was commonly called Willstown, after its headman, a red-headed mixed-race man na...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Title:Dekalb County, Alabam
Author: Books, LLC, General Books LLC
Publisher:Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2010-05

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