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Elmore County was created by the Alabama legislature
on 1866 Feb. 15, from parts of Autauga, Coosa, Montgomery, and Tallapoosa Counties.
It was named for General John Archer Elmore, a veteran of the American Revolution
and early settler of Alabama. Elmore County lies in the east-central part of
the state. It is drained by the Coosa and the Tallapoosa Rivers, which merge
to form the Alabama River a few miles south of Wetumpka. It currently encompasses
622 square miles. The French established Fort Toulouse at the confluence of
the Coosa and Tallapoosa in 1717, upon which site Gen. Andrew Jackson erected
Fort Jackson in 1814, following the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. Wetumpka is the
county seat. Other towns and communities include Eclectic, Tallassee, and Millbrook.