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Alabama - Nickname(s): Yellowhammer State, Heart of Dixie, Cotton State. Union Admission to Union December 14, 1819 (22nd).

Alabama - Nickname(s): Yellowhammer State, Heart of Dixie, Cotton State. Union Admission to Union December 14, 1819 (22nd).

1..........Dexter Avenue toward The State Capitol Montgomery

1..........Dexter Avenue toward The State Capitol Montgomery

montgomery harper's weekly 1861

montgomery harper's weekly 1861

Train station at St. Elmo Alabama - a long time ago

Train station at St. Elmo Alabama - a long time ago

A London, England Insurance company owned a massive building in Montgomery, Alabama before 1870. - http://alabamapioneers.com/london-england-and-montgomery-alabama/

A London, England Insurance company owned a massive building in Montgomery, Alabama before 1870. - http://alabamapioneers.com/london-england-and-montgomery-alabama/

Colleges and Universities maintain alumni files -  good place for family research - http://alabamapioneers.com/colleges-and-universities-maintain-alumni-files/

Colleges and Universities maintain alumni files - good place for family research - http://alabamapioneers.com/colleges-and-universities-maintain-alumni-files/

Following the destruction of the University of Alabama campus during the American Civil War, a new Quad emerged in the late 19th and early 20th centuries The first building to be built on the campus was Woods Hall, completed in 1868

Following the destruction of the University of Alabama campus during the American Civil War, a new Quad emerged in the late 19th and early 20th centuries The first building to be built on the campus was Woods Hall, completed in 1868

Montgomery, Alabama - Historic Sites and Points of Interest

Montgomery, Alabama - Historic Sites and Points of Interest

A growing Tuscaloosa was chosen in 1825 as a replacement to the state capitol at Cahaba. The new state capitol building was designed by W.M. Nichols in 1826. All materials for the building were local. The first session of the legislature was held there in 1829.   Tuscaloosa served as the home for the state government from 1826 until 1846. As the eastern section of the state grew, legislators decided to move the capitol to the middle of the state at Montgomery on the Alabama River.

A growing Tuscaloosa was chosen in 1825 as a replacement to the state capitol at Cahaba. The new state capitol building was designed by W.M. Nichols in 1826. All materials for the building were local. The first session of the legislature was held there in 1829. Tuscaloosa served as the home for the state government from 1826 until 1846. As the eastern section of the state grew, legislators decided to move the capitol to the middle of the state at Montgomery on the Alabama River.

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