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Brief Information About Princeton


Princeton is an unincorporated place in Alabama, United States. It is within Jackson County and situated on Alabama State Route 65 in the upper Paint Rock Valley. Skyline lies a little more than 7 miles toward the east on the Cumberland Plateau, and the Alabama-Tennessee state line passes a few miles toward the north. It comes with post office using Zip code 35766. Elevation of Princeton is 646 feet. As of 2016 census, the community had a total population of 137 with density of 4 people per square mile. Princeton ethnicity comprises of 88.32% white, 0.00% dark, 0.00% are asian, 0.00% are local american, and 0.00% claim 'Other. The average family unit size is 1.61 individuals. 11.11% of individuals are married, with siblings. 44.44% have siblings, but not yet married. Famous country music songwriter Curly Putman is a homegrown talent of Princeton.




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