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Abbeville
Addison
Alabaster
Albertville
Alexander City
Anniston
Athens
Atmore
Auburn
Bay Minette
Bessemer
Birmingham
Boligee
Brundidge
Calera
Center Point
Chatom
Clio
Cullman
Decatur
Dothan
Eight Mile
Enterprise
Eufaula
Eutaw
Fairfield
Fairhope
Florence
Foley
Fort Payne
Gadsden
Gardendale
Greensboro
Greenville
Harvest
Homewood
Hoover
Huntsville
Irondale
Jasper
Kimberly
LaFayette
Lanett
Madison
Maplesville
Midland City
Millport
Mobile
Monroeville
Montgomery
Muscle Shoals
Northport
Opelika
Oxford
Pell City
Phenix City
Prattville
Prichard
Scottsboro
Selma
Sylacauga
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
Tuskegee
Union Springs
Weaver


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FAMOUS AFRICAN AMERICANS FROM ALABAMA


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TRADITIONAL ALABAMA FOODS


  • Fried Chicken
  • Cornbread
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Nassau Grits
  • Pickled Ham Hocks
  • Fried Catfish
  • Collard Greens
  • Sweet Tea
  • Smoked Mullet
  • Fried Green Tomatoes
  • Chitterlings
  • Pecan Pie
  • Blackeyed Peas
  • Alabama White Sauce
  • Butter & Sugar Sandwich



 
 

A TASTE OF ALABAMA
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DID YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT ALABAMA?


  1. The state ranks 23rd in population with 4.7 million residents in 2009.

  2. Alabama is unofficially nicknamed the Yellowhammer State, after the state bird. Alabama is also known as the "Heart of Dixie".

  3. Historically, African Americans were brought to Alabama as slaves, in greatest numbers in the cotton-producing plantation region known as the Black Belt. This region remains predominantly African American, where many freedmen settled to work at agriculture after the Civil War.

  4. In its new constitution of 1901, the legislature effectively disfranchised African Americans through voting restrictions. By 1941, a total of more whites than blacks had been disfranchised: 600,000 whites to 520,000 blacks.

  5. The disfranchisement was ended by African Americans' leading the Civil Rights Movement and gaining Federal legislation in the mid-1960s to protect their voting and civil rights.

  6. African Americans' left Alabama in the early 20th century as part of the Great Migration to industrial jobs and better futures in northern industrial cities. The population growth rate in Alabama dropped by nearly half from 1910–1920.

  7. While Alabama's public education system has improved, it lags behind in achievement compared to other states.

  8. The state has heavily invested in aerospace, education, health care, and banking, and various heavy industries, including automobile manufacturing, mineral extraction, steel production and fabrication.

  9. According to the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis, the 2008 total gross state product was $170 billion, or $29,411 per capita.

  10. According to the 2011 U.S. News and World Report, Alabama had three universities ranked in the top 100 Public Schools in America (University of Alabama at 31, Auburn University at 36, and University of Alabama at Birmingham at 73).

  11. An estimated 100,000 tourists annually from other countries visit the state, including from Canada, England, Germany and Japan. In 2006, 22.3 million tourists spent $8.3 billion providing an estimated 162,000 jobs in the state.

  12. Generally, Alabama has very hot summers and mild winters with copious precipitation throughout the year.

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I AM LOOKING MY DAUGHTER CAN YOU ANNOUNCE HER NAME ON YOUR RADIO, (VERONICA BROWN BORIN IN ALABAMA,MONTGOMERY MY NAME IS STANLEY J HENDERSON LIVE MONGTGOMERY,AL )

I HAVE NOT SEEN HER SINCE 1998 MY E-MAIL (STANLEYHENDERSON1954@GMAIL.COM

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Fundraise with Yellowbook for your Group in the Wiregrass Area, AL Area

Hello, I am Matt Farber, the Yellowbook distribution manager for your area. As you may know, Yellowbook produces and distributes phone directories and other advertising products throughout the United States. Yellowbook currently works with hundreds of groups and organizations to help them with their fundraising in return for delivering phone books to their communities. Group members enjoy delivering because it does not involve selling anything, it’s a great team building activity and the schedule is very flexible.

As a company we have worked with more than 572 various groups, clubs, teams, churches and other organizations nationwide to help them fund-raise by directly paying them over $1,950,000 for projects, trips, uniforms and other goals in the past four years alone!***

The whole process is simple. I will pay premium rates to groups and offer bonus incentives for a job well done.

I am currently looking to contact groups and individuals to deliver the Wiregrass Area, AL phonebook starting on November 4th , 2016. The Wiregrass Area, AL region includes the following Alabama areas:

Dothan, Ashford, Daleville, Enterprise, Geneva, Hartford, Headland, Midland City, Newton, Ozark, and Fort Rucker.

Please contact matt.farber@hibu.com if interested.

Individuals are welcome as well and should call 800-373-3280 Routes will go fast so inquire right away.

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New Life Christian Center Marriage Ministry Dances to Stevie Wonder's "As" 3-13-11. Opelika, Alabama.
 
Radar Magazine presents Rock the Runway fashion show, produced by Who's Hot TV.
 
This important program features original news footage of segregation and violence against blacks that took place in Birmingham, Ala., in 1963.
 
Mike sales the Kutkre8tor Alabama's # 1 barber how to cut a fade.





 
DEMOGRAPHICS & QUICK FACTS
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Demographics of Alabama
By Race White Black American Indian Asian Hispanic
total population 70.4% 26.2% 0.5% 1.0% 2.7%

Because Hispanics could be counted in other races, the totals above could possibly be more than 100%. If you would like a detailed listing of all ethnic groups in the U.S., please Click Here.

Quick Facts:
  1. Among the 50 states and the District of Columbia, Alabama ranks: 7th in its percentage of Blacks.

  2. 51.7% of Alabamians are female and 48.3% are male.

  3. Alabama ranks #39 as best states to live.   source


State Symbols:

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The Flag of the State of Alabama


  • Flower - Camellia
  • Bird - Yellowhammer
  • Song - “Alabama”
  • Tree - Southern Longleaf Pine
  • Salt Water Fish - Fighting Tarpon
  • Fresh Water Fish - Largemouth Bass
  • Mineral - Hematite
  • Rock - Marble
  • Game Bird - Wild Turkey
  • Dance - Square Dance
  • Nut - Pecan
  • Fossil - species Basilosaurus Cetoides
  • Official Mascot - Eastern Tiger
  • Butterfly - Swallowtail
  • Insect Monarch Butterfly
  • Reptile - Alabama Red-Bellied Turtle
  • Gemstone - Star Blue Quartz
  • Shell - Scaphella Junonia Johnstoneae

    Nickname: The Yellowhammer State


5 Largest Cities:
  1. Birmingham
  2. Montgomery
  3. Mobile
  4. Huntsville
  5. Tuscaloosa
 










 
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