Appalachian (in Blount County, AL) Populated Place Profile


Appalachian (GNIS FID: 135069) is a populated place located in Blount County at latitude 33.885 and longitude -86.402.

The elevation of Appalachian is 1,115 feet. Appalachian appears on the Oneonta U.S. Geological Survey Map. Blount County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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