Pickens County Medical Center Carrollton Alabama

Pickens County, Alabama

 

 

Pickens County is a county

of the U.S. state of

Alabama. Located in the

western part of the state,

it was created by an act

of the Alabama legislature

on December 20th, 1820.

The boundaries were

changed several times

between 1820 and 1866

when its present

boundaries were fixed.

It currently encompasses 890 square miles.

 

The county was named for Revolutionary War General Andrew Pickens (South Carolina). The first county seat was established at Picken's Courthouse (later called Pickens and Pickensville) and moved to Carrollton in 1830.

 

As of the 2010 census, the population was 19,746. Its county seat is Carrollton.

 

Area: 890 sq miles (2,305 kmĀ²)

Founded: December 20, 1820

Population: 19,401 (2013)

Unemployment rate: 5.9% (Dec 2014)

County seat: Carrollton

 

Cities: Carrollton, Aliceville, Gordo, Reform, Pickensville, Ethelsville, Memphis, Macedonia & McMullen.

 

Carrollton, located in in Pickens County, at the 2000 census had a population of 987. The city is the county seat and is home to the Pickens County Medical Center.

 

There is much interesting history to be found in Carrollton, Alabama that you may read here:
Interesting History and Folklore

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