Cullman, Alabama

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Cullman is a city in Cullman County, State of Alabama. Cullman is located along Interstate 65, about 50 miles (80 km) north of Birmingham, Alabama, and about 55 miles (89 km) south of Huntsville, Alabama. According to the U.S. Census Bureau's estimate in 2009 this city has a population of about 15,302 peopleef>"Detailed Tables". American Fact Finder. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 27 January 2010. </ref> Cullman is the county seat of Cullman County, Alabama.



In the time before European settlement, the area that today includes Cullman was originally in the territory of the Cherokee Nation. The region was traversed by a trail known as the Black Warrior's Path, which led from the Tennessee River near the present location of Florence, Alabama, to a point on the Black Warrior River south of Cullman. This trail figured significantly in Cherokee history, and it featured prominently in the American Indian Wars prior to the establishment of the state of Alabama and the relocation of several American Indian tribes, including the Creek tribe westward along the Trail of Tears. During the Creek Indian War in 1813, General Andrew Jackson of the U.S. Army dispatched a contingent of troops down the trail, one of which included the famous frontiersman Davy Crockett.[1]

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