By Wayne Wheelwright
This e-book is a part of a sequence of fifty quickly evidence approximately all of the us of a. This publication covers the kingdom of Alabama. proof concerning the significant towns, the historical past of the nation, recognized humans from 'Bama, the red Tide and plenty of extra matters. This publication includes all you are going to ever want to know concerning the yellowhammer nation.
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Rosa Louise McCauley parks was an African-American civil rights activist born in Tuskegee, Alabama. Most well known for refusing to give her bus seat in the colored section to a white passenger after being told she must by the bus driver and was arrested on a civil disobedience charge. She became an international icon of resistance to racial segregation during her work, collaborated with Martin Luther King Jr. amongst others. The 66th United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was born in Birmingham, Alabama on November 14th, 1954.
They spoke Muskogee and in their language the word for an Alabama person was an Albaamo. The word Alabama is speculated to have come from the Choctaw language and was adopted by the Alabama people to serve as their tribes name. In the 1500’s the first Europeans to arrive in Alabama were the Spanish. The expedition of Hernando de Soto went through Alabama in 1540. The first European settlement in the region was in 1702 by the French at Old Mobile. The location of the city was moved in 1711 to what still stands as the current site of Mobile now.
Bunker Tower is right next to an Alabama Public Television Tower which is helpful as a landmark amongst all the woodland. The state of Alabama is named for it’s original inhabitants the Alabama people whose tribe lived just below the confluence of the Coosa and Tallpoosa Rivers. They spoke Muskogee and in their language the word for an Alabama person was an Albaamo. The word Alabama is speculated to have come from the Choctaw language and was adopted by the Alabama people to serve as their tribes name.