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History of Bibb County
On Feb 7, 1818, Cahawba County was created from Monroe County by the Alabama Territorial legislature. The name was changed to Bibb County on December 4, 1820 to honor the first governor of Alabama, William Wyatt Bibb. In 1992, the population was 17,175 in a land area of 625 square miles, an average of 27.6 people per square mile. The county seat is located at Centreville. More history...
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