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Clarke County was created by the Mississippi Territory on December 10, 1812. Numerous forts were built by settlers to protect the county during Creek War. Fort Carney and Fort Easley were some of the forts. Fort Glass, Fort Landrum, Fort Sinquefield, Fort Glass, and Fort Landrum were also among them. Clarkesville was established in 1820 as the first county seat. In 1831, the seat was moved from Clarkesville to Macon. The county's salt production was a highlight during the American Civil War.
In Pace v. Alabama, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed the convictions of Tony Pace for interracial relationships in 1883. This precedent was later overturned. Clarke County, in 1892, was the site of violent economic confrontations that became the Mitcham War.
After the 1933 national repeal of prohibition, Clarke County voted in 1937 to become a dry County. In Alabama, wet-dry counties were also established.
The first ten years of the 21st Century saw the county's largest communities vote to legalize alcohol sales. They were Jackson, Thomasville, and Grove Hill.