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Washington County was created on 1800 June 4, as
a county of the Mississippi Territory. Its original boundaries were the Chattahoochee
River to the east, the Pearl River to the west, the 32nd parallel to the north
and the 31st parallel to the south. It currently encompasses 1,081 square miles.
Its area originally contained 26,400 square miles. The county was named for
George Washington. The area of Washington County was later divided into 16 Mississippi
counties and 29 Alabama counties. Early county seats of Washington County included
McIntosh's Bluff, Wakefield and St. Stephens. The county seat is now located
at Chatom. The current boundaries of the county include the State of Mississippi
to the west, the Tombigbee River to the east, Mobile County to the south and
Choctaw County to the north.