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Population: 47,468
Area: 596 sq. miles
County Seat: Prattville
Area Code(s): 334
Time Zone: Central

Autauga County was established in 1818, the year before Alabama was admitted as a state. It reached its current size in 1868 after Chilton and Elmore Counties were split off. Today, adjacent counties include Chilton on the north, Elmore on the east, Montgomery on the southeast, Lowndes on the south, and Dallas on the west. Autauga County is named for the Autauga Indians, who lived in a village named Atagi. Prattville is the largest city and county seat, with a population of about 35,000. Prattville was founded in 1833 by Daniel Pratt, a manufacturer of cotton gins. His factory was the first major industry in Alabama and the world's largest producer of cotton gins. Autauga County has one other small city and two towns. Although manufacturing is still important in Prattville, most of the county is occupied by farms and forests. Check out the categories below for an impressive array of public records, including court records, deeds, and property records. [1]

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