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Uniontown Population: 2,094

Total Males: 908
Total Females: 1,186
Median Household Income: $14,091
Total Households: 678

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The city of Uniontown is located in the U.S. state of Alabama. It is within Perry County with total land area of 1.3 square miles at 32°26′56″N 87°30′44″W. Uniontown is elevated by 299 feet above sea level. Originally known as Woodville, Uniontown was first settled in 1818 by the Wood family. It has four sites included on the National Register of Historic Places such as Fairhope Plantation, Pitts' Folly, the Uniontown Historic District, and Westwood. As of 2010 census, Uniontown had a total population of 1,775 and a total population density of 157.34/sq mi. Zip code is 36786.



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