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A member state of the United States of America. It borders on the south with the Gulf of Mexico and the state of Florida on the east with Georgia on the north with Tennessee and on the west with Mississippi.

This state is crossed by the Alabama River, which flows into the Gulf of Mexico. It covers an area of ​​134,000 km2 and its population is 4,447,000 (2000). The capital is the city of Montgomery.

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Alabama Public Libraries by County

  • Countryaah: Offers a full list of counties and county equivalents in Alabama featuring the oldest, newest, largest and smallest counties by population and area, as well as county seals and political map of Alabama.
  • AbbreviationFinder: Presents the abbreviations and acronyms that stand for Alabama. Also includes other English words or phrases that have the same initials as state name of Alabama.
Alabama Public Libraries by County

Alabama is a state in the southern United States and lies between Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi and Florida. Alabama is officially one of the southern states and was thus involved in the wars between southern and northern states in the history of the USA. Today's capital, Montgomery, briefly served as the capital of the Confederate States of America.

Alabama - A History of War and Peace

People lived here long before Europeans established their first settlements in this region. When the first humans arrived around 9500 BC The sea level was much lower in the 4th century BC and Alabama did not yet have a coast. When the Europeans reached the region, there were four Indian tribes that were important here. These are the Chickasaw, the Choctaw, the Muskogee and the Cherokee.

The Spaniards brought many diseases with them to the region, which led to mass death among the Indians. At that time there was rivalry between Spaniards and English over the Alabama region and the area was divided into different parts.

At the time of the Civil War, Alabama was on the southern side and temporarily withdrew from the United States. The aftermath of this period can be felt in many parts of the country to this day.

Since Alabama is located in the south of the USA and therefore also has a small coast, the climate here is subtropical, which is strongly influenced by the Gulf of Mexico. Temperatures between 10 C and 35 C prevail here all year round.

Sweet Home Alabama - The Most Beautiful Places

Alabama is known for its beaches, open spaces for golf, and numerous museums dedicated to history and science. The beaches are all in the south of the state on the Gulf of Mexico. There are beautiful golf courses all over the state. The large amount of space and the good climate contribute to the perfect conditions for this outdoor sport.

Alabama's museums are more often than not dedicated to the US civil rights movement. The Civil Rights Memorial Center and the Rosa Park Museum are just two examples in a long list. But not only civil rights but also science is extensively dealt with in museums. The US Space and Rocket Center is dedicated to space travel from its inception to the current state of science.

Local residents traditionally divide their state into four parts. The north, center, south and the Gulf of Alabama differ in many ways.

The north is mainly known for the beautiful nature that is here. The landscape here has many lakes, waterfalls and forested mountain ranges. Well-known cities that are here are Athens, Florence, Huntsville and Tuscumbia.

The central part of Alabama is known for the beautiful cities and the great waterfalls of Noccalula. Well-known cities here are Birmingham, Jacksonville, Tuscaloosa and Anniston.

In the south are mainly the places that are interesting from a historical point of view. Here is Selma with the famous places and sights of the civil rights movement. Not only is Selma here, but also the capital Montgomery.

The region on the Gulf is the famous coastal region. With its beaches, the region is particularly popular with beach holidaymakers. During spring break there are many young people here who spend their holidays here.

 

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