Clarke County is the center of the state’s timber industry that employs around 47,000 people. The county is located in the southwestern section of the state at the juncture of the Tombigbee and Alabama rivers. Originally inhabited by the Creek and Choctaw Indians, the county has a rich history that began long before the state of Alabama.
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