Prattville

Prattville, city (1990 pop. 19,587), seat of Autauga co., central Ala.; inc. 1872. It has textile and related industries, lumber, and a paper mill. Automotive parts are manufactured, and cotton gins have been made there since 1838. A state game farm is in Prattville.

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

More on Prattville from Fact Monster:

  • Thomas William SADLER - SADLER, Thomas William (1831—1896) SADLER, Thomas William, a Representative from Alabama; ...
  • Daniel Pratt - Pratt, Daniel Pratt, Daniel, 1799–1873, American industrialist, b. Temple, N.H. He moved to ...
  • Willard WARNER - WARNER, Willard (1826—1906) Senate Years of Service: 1868-1871 Party: Republican WARNER, ...
  • Encyclopedia: U.S. Political Geography - Encyclopeadia articles concerning U.S. Political Geography.

See more Encyclopedia articles on: U.S. Political Geography