Cullman County was created by the Alabama legislature on Jan. 24th, 1877 from portions of Blount, Morgan and Winston Counties. It was named after John G. Cullmann, a native of Germany who encouraged the immigration of Germans to northern Alabama. Cullman County lies in the north-central part of the state and is bounded on the north by Morgan and Marshall Counties, on the east by Marshall and Blount and on the south by Walker and the west by Winston County. Check out the Sportsman Lake Park, Cullman County Museum and Duck River Trail.
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