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Mobile County
Mobile County (/moʊˈbiːl/ moh-BEEL) is the
second most-populous county in the U.S. state
of Alabama. As of the 2010 census, its
population was 412,992.[2] Its county seat is
Mobile, which was founded on the Mobile River.
The city, river, and county were named in honor
of the indigenous Maubila tribe.


Mobile County comprises the Mobile, Alabama
Metropolitan Statistical Area.


This area was occupied for thousands of years
by varying cultures of indigenous peoples. The
historic Choctaw had occupied this area along
what became called the Mobile River when
encountered by early French traders and
colonists, who founded Mobile in the early
eighteenth century. The British took over the
territory in 1763 (along with other French
territories east of the Mississippi River) after
defeating the French in the Seven Years' War.
During the American Revolutionary War, it came
under Spanish rule as part of Spanish Florida.
Spain ceded the territory to the United States
after the War of 1812.


In the 1830s, the United States forced the
removal of most of the Native Americans in the
area under President Andrew Jackson's policy
to relocate them to Indian Territory west of the
Mississippi River. Many of those who remained
continued their culture; since the late 20th
century, several tribes have reorganized and
gained state recognition. Among those is the
MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians, which was
recognized as a tribe in 1979 by the state, but
not federally; it occupies land along the border
of Mobile and Washington counties.


After more than a century of European
settlement, Mobile County was organized by the
legislature and the proclamation of Governor
Holmes of the Mississippi Territory on December
18, 1812.[1] When Mississippi was separated
and admitted as a state on December 10, 1817,
after adopting its constitution on August 15,
1817, Mobile County became part of what was
called the Alabama Territory. Two years later,
the county became part of the state of Alabama,
granted statehood on December 14, 1819.[4][5]


The city of Mobile, first settled by French
colonists in the early 18th century as part of La
Louisiane, was designated as the county seat
from the early days of the county.[1] Both the
county and city derive their name from Fort
Louis de la Mobile, a French fortification
established (near present-day Axis, Alabama) in
1702. The word "Mobile" is believed to stem
from a Choctaw Indian word for "paddlers".[1]
The area was occupied by French colonists from
1702–1763, whose influence was strong in the
city. It was ruled by the British from 1763–1780,
when more American colonists began to enter
the territory; and controlled by the Spanish from
1780-1813.


At the end of the War of 1812,
the United States took over the territory. At that
time, new settlers were being attracted to the
land, eager to develop short-staple cotton in the
uplands area. Invention of the cotton gin made
processing of this type of cotton profitable,
stimulating wholesale development of new cotton
plantations in the Black Belt during the
antebellum years. Mobile developed as a major
port for export of cotton.


According to the 2010 United States Census, the
population of the county comprised the following
racial and ethnic groups:


60.2% White
34.6% Black
0.9% Native American
1.8% Asian
0.0% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
1.5% Two or more races
2.4% Hispanic or Latino (of any race)


Cities
Bayou La Batre
Chickasaw
Citronelle
Creola
Mobile (county seat)
Prichard
Saraland
Satsuma
Semmes
Towns
Dauphin Island
Mount Vernon
Census-designated places
Axis
Belle Fontaine
Bucks
Calvert (partly in Washington County)
Chunchula
Grand Bay
Gulfcrest
Movico
Theodore
Tillmans Corner
Unincorporated communities
Alabama Port
Cloverdale
Coden
Crawford
Eight Mile
Fernland
Heron Bay
Irvington
Kushla
Le Moyne
Lloyds
Mauvilla
Mon Louis
Pennsylvania
St. Elmo
Toulminville
Union Church
Whistler
Wilmer
Ghost town
Beaver Mills



Mobile (/moʊˈbiːl/ moh-BEEL;
French pronunciation: ​[mɔ.bil]) is the county seat
of Mobile County, Alabama, United States. The
population within the city limits was 195,111 as
of the 2010 United States Census,[8] making it
the third most populous city in Alabama, the
most populous in Mobile County, and the largest
municipality on the Gulf Coast between New
Orleans, Louisiana, and St. Petersburg, Florida.


Alabama's only saltwater port, Mobile is located
on the Mobile River at the head of the Mobile
Bay and the north-central Gulf Coast.[9] The
Port of Mobile has always played a key role in
the economic health of the city, beginning with
the settlement as an important trading center
between the French colonists and Native
Americans, down to its current role as the 12th-
largest port in the United States.


Mobile is the principal municipality of the Mobile
metropolitan area. This region of 412,992
residents is composed solely of Mobile County;
it is the third-largest metropolitan statistical area
in the state.[8][12] Mobile is the largest city in
the Mobile-Daphne−Fairhope CSA, with a total
population of 604,726, the second largest in the
state.[13] As of 2011, the population within a 60-
mile (100 km) radius of Mobile is 1,262,907.


Mobile was established in 1702
by the French as the first capital of colonial La
Louisiane (New France). During its first 100
years, Mobile was a colony of France, then
Britain, and lastly Spain. Mobile first became a
part of the United States of America in 1813,
with the annexation by President James Madison
of West Florida from Spain. In 1861, Alabama
joined the Confederate States of America, which
surrendered in 1865.


Considered one of the Gulf Coast's cultural
centers, Mobile has several art museums, a
symphony orchestra, professional opera,
professional ballet company, and a large
concentration of historic architecture. Mobile is
known for having the oldest organized Carnival
or Mardi Gras celebrations in the United States.
Its French Catholic colonial settlers celebrated
this festival from the first decade of the 18th
century. Beginning in 1830, Mobile was host to
the first formally organized Carnival mystic
society to celebrate with a parade in the United
States. (In New Orleans such a group is called a
krewe.)
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