Alabama County Courthouses

Blount County Courthouse, Oneonta, Alabama
Blount County Courthouse, Oneonta, Alabama

Blount County was created on February 6, 1818, from land ceded to the Federal Government by the Creek Indians in 1814. The county is named for Governor Willie Blount of Tennessee.  Blount provided assistance to settlers in Alabama during the Creek War of 1813-14. It is sometimes known as the mineral region of Alabama. Blount County is bordered by Cullman, Marshall, Etowah, Jefferson, Walker, and St. Clair Counties.

Blount County has been dubbed the “Covered Bridge Capital of Alabama”. It has more historic covered bridges standing within a single county than any other in the state. The county celebrates a Covered Bridge Festival every autumn in Oneonta to commemorate its three remaining covered bridges; The Swann Covered Bridge, the Horton Mill Covered Bridge, and the Easley Covered Bridge. Blount County is also as many outdoor activities, Rickwood Caverns State Park and Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River.

Cherokee County Courthouse, Centre, Alabama
Cherokee County Courthouse, Centre, Alabama
Colbert County Courthouse, Tuscumbia, Alabama
Colbert County Courthouse, Tuscumbia, Alabama
Cullman County Courthouse, Cullman, Alabama
Cullman County Courthouse, Cullman, Alabama
Dekalb County Courthouse, Ft. Payne, Alabama
Dekalb County Courthouse, Ft. Payne, Alabama
Etowah County Courthouse, Gadsden, Alabama
Etowah County Courthouse, Gadsden, Alabama
Franklin County Courthouse, Russellviile, Alabama
Franklin County Courthouse, Russellville, Alabama
Greene County Courthouse, Eutaw, Alabama
Greene County Courthouse, Eutaw, Alabama
Jackson County Courthouse, Scottsboro, Alabama
Jackson County Courthouse, Scottsboro, Alabama
Jefferson County Courthouse, Birmingham, Alabama
Jefferson County Courthouse, Birmingham, Alabama
Lauderdale County Courthouse, Florence, Alabama
Lauderdale County Courthouse, Florence, Alabama
Lawrence County Courthouse, Moulton, Alabama
Lawrence County Courthouse, Moulton, Alabama
Limestone County Courthouse, Athens, Alabama
Limestone County Courthouse, Athens, Alabama
Marshall County Courthouse, Guntersville, Alabama
Marshall County Courthouse, Guntersville, Alabama
Morgan County Courthouse, Decatur, Alabama
Morgan County Courthouse, Decatur, Alabama
St. Clair County Courthouse, Ashville, Alabama
St. Clair County Courthouse, Ashville, Alabama
Shelby County Courthouse, Columbiana, Alabama
Shelby County Courthouse, Columbiana, Alabama
Sumter County Courthouse, Livingston, Alabama
Sumter County Courthouse, Livingston, Alabama
Tuscaloosa County Courthouse, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Tuscaloosa County Courthouse, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Walker County Courthouse, Jasper, Alabama
Walker County Courthouse, Jasper, Alabama
Winston County Courthouse, Double Springs, Alabama
Winston County Courthouse, Double Springs, Alabama