About Abbeville

Abbeville, Alabama is touted as a large city within a small city. This must be because this community of close-knit families and businesses houses prominent schools, superior medical care, fantastic dining in local restaurants, and enviable fishing and hunting. The Abbeville, Alabama yellow pages are ready to be turned to direct you to your next stop. The Seminole Indians in the early 1800's first settled alongside the Abbie Creek, which runs through the center of town, the Indian name for which is "Yatta Abba," which translates roughly to mean, "grove of Dogwood trees." These trees still line up along this creek in Abbeville, beautifully blooming each spring; thus, the nickname, "The City of Dogwoods."

At the advent of the Civil War, Governor W. C. Oates organized 121 men on courthouse steps, which later became known as Company G/15th Alabama of the Confederate Army, and marched to "Gettysburg's Little Round Top," with few returning home. Historical documents, century-old relics, and landmark buildings can be found for visitors to explore, taking one through the many historical eras of the United States. The Abbeville, Alabama business directory can direct you to city services and local companies that contribute to the community with their special products and services, stimulating the economy and workforce needs. Manufacturing and production generate most of the economy revenue, as well as construction and retail trade.

The climate of Abbeville is mild during most of the year; expectedly humid and warm during the peak summer months, with average rainfall for the southeast part of the country. Spring and fall are very pleasant, and would be the best time to visit. With today's economy and modern versions of small town life, it's encouraging to know communities with real connections in an affordable cost of living environment are still important in certain, special places in this country.

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