Fairhope is a city along the shorelines and cliffs of Mobile Bay in Baldwin County, Alabama. The city was populated by 16,176 residents as of the 2010 census. Fairhope encompasses 11 square miles of total area, all land, and is a principal city of the Daphne-Fairhope-Foley micropolitan area, which includes all of Baldwin County. Nicknamed Alabama's Seaside Paradise, Fairhope was founded in 1894 by the "Fairhope Industrial Association", which was a group of 28 followers of economist Henry George. The Fairhope, AL Business Directory will take you to the Fairhope Museum of History, which offers multiple exhibits, activities for kids, and files for research.
In the Fairhope, AL Yellow Pages, you'll find a branch of the University of South Alabama, which offers graduate and upper-level undergraduate courses in education, counseling, nursing and business. The city is also home to Faulkner State Community College, which houses The Marietta Johnson Museum in the campus' Bell Building. The museum is dedicated to Marietta Johnson, a teacher whose educational philosophy put an emphasis on play as an important aspect to learning.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan