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    Alabama

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    It must have been around eleven o'clock in the morning when I awoke from a stuffy and uncomfortable sleep, in the back of a moving mini-van. My mouth was dry, my nose was sore, and my eyes itched from sleep crust. A huge yawn escaped from my mouth as I tried to stretch my aching limbs. As I was stretching out, I accidentally kicked my little brother Sam in the head. So much for peaceful sleep, he woke up in a foul mood. He must have thought that I kicked him on purpose because he punched me as hard

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    A Visit to Florence, Alabama

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    people call it home. Florence, Alabama is located at the foot of Muscle Shoals on a hill overlooking the Tennessee River. Life is simply beautiful in Florence, from the beautiful University of North Alabama campus to the historic downtown area to the view of the Tennessee River. Florence is one of the oldest cities in Alabama being established in the early 18th century. But how did this historic city begin and grow into what it is today? The land of Florence, Alabama used to belong to the Chickasaw

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    Point Clear, Alabama

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    For many, the quaint town of Point Clear, Alabama represents the Old South rooted in tradition, charm, and grace. Halfway down the bay and nearly hidden among oaks adorned with Spanish moss, Point Clear was founded in the early 1800s. Today, the city continues to honor its role in the Civil War, perpetuates the memories of its residents, and evolves as a greater and better place. Following the coast line, early Spanish explores first discovered Point Clear situated on the Bay of the Holy Spirit

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    serving as president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, an organization operating in every southern state, with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. We have some eighty-five affiliated organizations across the South, and one of them is the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights. Frequently we share staff, educational and financial resources with our affiliates. Several months ago the affiliate here in Birmingham asked us to be on call to engage in a nonviolent direct-action program if

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    Alabama Assisted Living Facilities – Find a Local Assisted Living Facility in AL Alabama, AL, Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Alabama assisted living facilities, AL assisted living facilities, Alabama retirement communities, AL retirement communities, Alabama nursing homes, AL nursing homes, Alabama health aides, AL health aides, Alabama adult day care, AL adult day care, assisted living facilities, retirement communities, nursing homes, health aides, adult day care

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    decade, The University of Alabama has had more success than any other program in the country. Their advertising efforts are seen on television, in print, online, and in almost any

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    Belonging in Alabama

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    determined to start my new life and career in the city. My dream job- I was sure my heart was set there. I needed to escape, my parents were controlling and everything I did wasn't good enough, I just couldn't stand disappointing them anymore. "Alabama Arkansas I do love my Ma and Pa, Not the way that I do love you" When I moved to the city it was great. I'd never felt so at home in a long time. The busy streets and all the large crowds brought peace to my mind. I remember my first day there. When

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    wife of fifty-six years. Gaines went through many trials and tribulations throughout his life and will always remembered as a true statesman for both the states of Alabama and Mississippi. III. After reading this journey of a man who was born in North Carolina, raised in Tennessee, and became a statesman for both Mississippi and Alabama, I honestly believe I have learned a lot about a great and knowledgeable man. Before reading this book, I had no wisdom of this man nor his accomplishments. I had

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    university helped fulfill the dreams for twenty-five thousand students. It is composed of over three hundred buildings, is still growing today, and it is in Auburn, Alabama. The percentage of men is fifty-one percent and the percentage of women is forty-nine percent. Only thirty-five percent of the students came from outside the state of Alabama. Auburn is mainly recognized for the majors of business, architecture, and engineering, but the university has more than one hundred and forty five majors to choose

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    and limestone and producing iron in north Alabama during the 1800s had a tremendous impact on Alabama’s economy of the time. It provided opportunity for the expansion of the railroad and work. Cities were born around this industrial boom. All of these things encouraged economic growth in Alabama during this time. Alabama: A Documentary History to 1900 states “it is a truism that the Civil War altered the economic life of the south” (Griffith, Alabama: A Documentary History to 1900). Before the

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