Dale County Alabama
Dothan was in Henry County until 1903;
earlier it was known as Poplar Head.
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Dale County was established on
It originally included the whole of what is now
Coffee County and the eastern half of
Geneva County, together with part of the "panhandle" portion of
Houston County. The original county seat was located at Dale's
Court House (now the town of
Daleville), but when Coffee County split from Dale in 1841, the
seat was moved to
Newton. Here it remained until 1870 when, following a courthouse
fire in 1869 and the formation of Geneva County, the county seat was
removed to the town of Ozark, where it still remains.
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Ozark Dale County
|Ozark Dale County
416 James Street
Ozark, AL 36360
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by mail to Jocelyn Rayford,
Ozark-Dale County Public Library,
416 JamesStreet, Ozark, AL, 36360,
or by phone at 334-774-5480.
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History and map of Dale County Alabama
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