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Calhoun County, Ala., was created on 1832 Dec.
18 from ceded Creek Indian Territory. It was originally named Benton County
in honor of Thomas Hart Benton. The county seat was established in Jacksonville
in 1833. On January 29, 1858, the name was changed to Calhoun County in honor
of John C. Calhoun (South Carolina). The county seat was moved to Anniston in
1899. Calhoun County is located in the northeastern section of the state, in
the Appalachian Mountain chain. It encompasses 611 square miles. The Coosa River
flows along the western boundary of the county. Notable towns include Anniston,
Jacksonville, Piedmont, and Oxford.