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100 W Capitol St

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Demopolis, AL 36732

100 W Capitol St

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Demopolis, AL 36732

26120 Al Highway 28

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Demopolis, AL 36732

312 Us Highway 80 E

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Demopolis, AL 36732

3663 M L King Dr

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Demopolis, AL 36740

3663 M L King Dr

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Demopolis, AL 36740

969 Us Highway 80 W

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Demopolis, AL 36732

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5880 Al Highway 41

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Sardis, AL 36775

16850 Al Highway 14

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Akron, AL 36776

115 Nicol St

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Fulton, AL 36784

2230 County Road 45

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Maplesville, AL 36790

14030 County Road 29

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Boykin, AL 36723

14030 County Road 29

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Camden, AL 36723

125 W 7 Th Ave

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Linden, AL 36748

312 Us Highway 80 E

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Demopolis, AL 36732

100 W Franklin St

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Uniontown, AL 36786

323 Washington St

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Marion, AL 36756

9370 Al Highway 22

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Stanton, AL 36750

127 Main St

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Thomaston, AL 36783

9 Campbell Ln

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Coffeeville, AL 36727

35570 Al Highway 25

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Gallion, AL 36738

35 Church St

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Marion Junction, AL 36759

9944 County Road 115

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Catherine, AL 36773

5716 County Road 30

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Magnolia, AL 36754

8545 County Road 59

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Furman, AL 36741

7790 Al Highway 61

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Newbern, AL 36765

14664 Main St

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Orrville, AL 36767

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Demopolis is the largest city in Marengo County, Alabama, in southwest Alabama. The population was 7,483 at the time of the 2010 United States Census.The city lies at the confluence of the Black Warrior and Tombigbee rivers. It is situated atop a cliff composed of the Demopolis Chalk Formation, known locally as White Bluff, on the east bank of the Tombigbee River. It is at the center of Alabama's Canebrake region and is also within the Black Belt.Demopolis was founded in the early 1800s after the fall of Napoleon's Empire. It was named by a group of French expatriates, a mix of exiled Bonapartists and other French refugees who had settled in the United States after the overthrow of the colonial government in Saint-Domingue by enslaved workers. Napoleon had sent troops there in a last attempt to regain control of the island, but they were defeated, largely by high mortality due to yellow fever. The name, meaning in Greek "the People's City" or "City of the People" (from Ancient Greek δῆμος + πόλις), was chosen to honor the democratic ideals behind the endeavor. First settled in 1817, it is one of the oldest continuous settlements in Alabama. But French colonists had founded Mobile on the coast in the early 18th century. It was incorporated on December 11, 1821.

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