Perdido Beach Alabama
Perdido Beach is a small town located on the northern shore of Perdido Bay, between Soldier Creek and Palmetto Creek in Baldwin County, Alabama.
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Perdido Beach has over 100 years of recorded history. Many years ago, Perdido Bay was a rendezvous for Pirates.
Old Spanish coins have been found, also old guns, and it is reported that at least one pirate treasure has been found. It is certain that in the early days, smugglers sailed up Perdido Bay into Perdido River to the American, Mississippi and Alabama territory to escape the Spanish custom duty.Evidence of Paleo and Archaic Native American tribes has been discovered near Perdido Beach that date back to 1500 BC.Â Shell middens and earthen mounds that are at least 12,000 years old have been found scattered along the banks of the Alabama Gulf Coast, including Perdido Bay. Skeletons, earthen pottery, tools and other rare artifacts have been excavated from mounds near Bear Point in Orange Beach, Alabama, by noted archaeologist Clarence Bloomfield Moore that date back to 1250 AD.Â The sub-tropical environment of southern Alabama and the countless number of waterways that branch off the Gulf of Mexico provided an abundance of food for the Native Americans, as indicated by the discovery of numerous shell middens found along these shorelines. Other mounds have been discovered along the banks of Perdido Bay near Josephine, Alabama. Perdido Beach in Spanish means Lost Beach.
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