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  • Cherokee County

    Named for the Cherokee Indians who once occupied north Alabama, Cherokee County is home to Weiss Lake...
  • Cherokee Indian Removal

    The removal, or forced emigration, of Cherokee Indians occurred in 1838, when the U.S. military and various...
  • Cherokee Rock Village

    Cherokee Rock Village is a 200-acre public park located in northeastern Alabama in Cherokee County, near...
  • Cherokees in Alabama

    Alabama became part of the Cherokee homeland only in the last quarter of the eighteenth century. Nevertheless,...
  • Chewacla State Park

    Chewacla State Park is located in east-central Alabama in Lee County four miles west of the Auburn University...
  • Chickasaw

    Chickasaw is located in east-central Mobile County, in the extreme southwest corner of the state. Well-known...
  • Chickasaw State Park

    Chickasaw State Park is located in rural Marengo County south of Demopolis. The park's 520-acres...
  • Chickasaws in Alabama

    Although the Chickasaw Nation was primarily located in present-day Mississippi prior to removal, their...
  • James Saxon Childers

    Educator, newspaperman, author, and publisher, James Saxon Childers (1899-1965) was a prolific writer...
  • Childersburg

    Childersburg is located in southwest Talladega County in north-central Alabama. It has a mayor/city council...

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