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Uniontown History
  Uniontown is situated in the southwestern part of Perry County, Alabama,
and lies in the western section of the area known as the Canebrake, a
portion of the Black Belt Prairie traditionally recognized as one of the
richest farming areas in Alabama.

To chronicle the history of Uniontown, the following description has been

divided into subheadings.  To proceed to a certain area of interest, click the
links below for a specific area.  For more information on Alabama

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Uniontown History Subtopics
Canebrake Name
Early History - Woodville settlement
Development of Uniontown & Cotton Plantations
Creation of Post Office
Uniontown's Incorporation
Canebrake Planters
Rabbityard & The Footwashing
King Cotton's Offspring & Ella White
Economic Diversification
Uniontown's Leaders
Early settlers to Uniontown area
Well-Known People of Uniontown