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St. Clair County was created by the Alabama Territorial
legislature on 1818 Nov. 20. It was named for Gen. Arthur St. Clair (Pennsylvania),
a hero of the American Revolution. It is located in the north-central part of
the state, and is bordered by Blount, Calhoun, Talladega, Shelby, and Jefferson
counties. It encompasses 646 square miles. St. Clair is the only county in Alabama
to have two county seats. Ashville, originally called St. Clairsville, was named
for John Ash, a senator in the state's first General Assembly. Located in the
northern part of the county, Ashville served as the county seat from 1821-1907.
The Alabama Constitution of 1901 provided for Pell City in the southern part
of the county to serve as the county seat for the Southern Judicial District
of the county. A constitutional amendment in 1907 established Pell City, named
for George H. Pell, an early settler, as the second county seat. Other towns
and communities include Ragland and Springville.