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The commission gave the nod for Beck to go ahead and start advertising the position, though the commission has yet to approve the new position or the budget.

Beck told the commission it looks. Left, Scotty Gordon readies a large box of lunch boxes. The lunches included smoked chicken, baked beans, corn on the cob, a slice of bread and a piece of homemade pound cake.

Organizers said the proceeds from the event would go into a separate fund associated with the church meant to help people in need. For more photos, see Page 3. The Tallapoosa County Health Department is gearing up to help residents make it through the winter and avoid the flu. The health department will host a flu shot clinic from 8 a.

There is another opportunity from 8 a. It may seem early for flu shots since the temperature is still reaching about 90 degrees every day, but Health Department Nurse Supervisor Wendy Pritchard said this is the usual time the clinic begins to administer the vaccine.

Pritchard said some people want to get it early and have the situation out of the way. However, there are some misconceptions about a flu shot.

Oliver, 62, made a decision late to run for the seat, but after a talk with a close friend in the Legislature, he was convinced to head to Montgomery and sit down with high-ranking Republican political figures.

After that discussion, Oliver said he made a difficult decision to throw his hat into the ring to represent the district. Ed Oliver speaks at a town hall forum last month.

House District 81 Republican candidate Ed Oliver said his top concerns are economic development, education and healthcare. Planning a Yard Sale? To place your ad call. Box , Alexander City, AL, Donald Campbell Staff Writer, Ext. My boyfriend and I love each other very much. But we are both so jealous we fight every day. The only time we get along is during sex and right after.

Recently, he found an email I had written when we first got together in reply to a message I had received about becoming an escort. I was broke at the time, and he had just been sent back to prison.

How can I earn his trust and keep our relationship from becoming toxic? If the only time you and your boyfriend get along is during sex or right after, your relationship is already toxic. Rather than fight and accuse each other of infidelity every day, couples in healthy relationships build each other up and support one another.

Total honesty between partners is essential. I am a year-old girl and I hate my family. I think my parents hate me. Because you feel your parents may not take you seriously, be brave and tell a trusted teacher or counselor at school everything you have written to me, including your thoughts of suicide.

Eating disorders can be very serious, and they are not always obvious. People walk in and never ask. Some of those animals hike their leg, and their owners giggle and never offer an apology or to clean it up. What happened to common courtesies? The demise of common courtesies happened right around the time when people began believing they were the exception to the rules. When ADA legislation was passed, it was so that people with disabilities would have access to things that ablebodied people take for granted.

What you are experiencing is an abuse of that law by dishonest, uncaring individuals who have no sense of shame. Contact Dear Abby at www. Box , Los Angeles, CA Reproduction of any part of any issue requires written publisher permission. He was previously misidentified. The Outlook regrets this error. Students evacuated but were quickly back in the building. Pastor Ronny Jennings will officiate. Burial will follow in the Tallapoosa County Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, September 12, from 5: Angela loved her family dearly.

Angela was Born Again and Baptized when she. She also loved her church family, worshiping, singing, and doing whatever she was led to do by the Holy Spirit. She had a love for Christmas, going night fishing with her family on the pontoon boat, family gatherings, painting, sewing, and designing jewelry. Angela loved the Mission Field and always helped and prayed for others no matter what was going on in her own life.

During her last Mission Trip she helped build a house for a widow who had recently lost her husband to cancer. Angela lived her life for the Lord Jesus Christ, setting an example for others. She is survived by her husband, Nicholas Wayne Gulledge Sr. Memorial messages may be sent to the family at www. Mattie Leonard died Sunday, September 9, at her residence. Charles Liverman died Friday, September 7, at his residence. A team of volunteers from Alexander City Methodist Church formed an assembly line to put together the more than 1, box lunches of smoked chicken and baked beans they sold to help the missions of the church.

Alexander City Methodist Church pastor Rev. Wayne Cowhick pulls boiled corn for lunch boxes. Dwight Gaston helps with the baked beans for the lunch boxes. More than 60 large cans of beans were used for the meal. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, flu vaccines given with a needle are currently made in two ways.

The other way is with no flu vaccine viruses at all. The most common side effects of the influenza shot are soreness, redness, tenderness or swelling where the shot was given. Low-grade fever, headache and muscle aches also may occur, according to the CDC says. The reason for people still getting sick could be based on new strains of flu every year.

The shot will protect against the virus from the past year but there can always be new strains, she said. The CDC recommends getting a flu vaccine every year for everybody who is six months and older, even when the viruses the vaccine protects against have not changed from the previous season.

For more information about getting a flu shot through the health department, call Commission the county administrator and the county engineer.

Another possible issue with the budget is increasing costs of health insurance. The accounts of the county are also being audited.

The re-plats will be somewhat common to correct the issue for mortgages and insurance purposes. Moore asked the commission about doing this administratively, to which the commission agreed for this purpose when it did not involve roads or utilities. A representative of the Tallapoosa County Board of Education informed the commission the board had approved a resolution to hire Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood for a facility study and 15 years of enrollment information had been provided to the group. The plan should be ready in the next 60 to 90 days.

Beck said the county could will see a savings of The commission went into executive session for. The commission adjourned the meeting but will reconvene it Sept. The commission will meet again Oct. American Airlines Flight 11 hit the north tower first at 8: Minutes later, United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into a field in Pennsylvania at The carnage — as far as attacks are concerned — was finally over for the day.

The bravery of the first responders in New York City on Sept. It is important to remember those men and women who were on the plane, and those who were going about their day at the office, unsuspecting their life was going to end in minutes. While attending the prayer walk at the Benjamin Russell High School parking lot tonight or spending time with loved ones, take a moment to reflect on the day our country was rocked back on its feet and how we are blessed to live in a free country.

Communication with elected officials is the key to good government. To let your most local representatives know how you feel about state or local matters, contact any of the following. Governor Kay Ivey represents the state of Alabama and its 67 counties. She was sworn into office on April 10, , and can be reached at He can be reached at , and his office is located at Washington Avenue, Montgomery.

He can be reached by phone at or by email at tughd81 gmail. He was elected to the Alabama Senate on Nov. His office is located at East Magnolia Drive, Auburn. He can be reached at or at clyde. Placing ideology and partisanship above the health of our institutions.

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Organizers said the proceeds from the event would go into a separate fund associated with the church meant to help people in need. For more photos, see Page 3. The Tallapoosa County Health Department is gearing up to help residents make it through the winter and avoid the flu.

The health department will host a flu shot clinic from 8 a. There is another opportunity from 8 a. It may seem early for flu shots since the temperature is still reaching about 90 degrees every day, but Health Department Nurse Supervisor Wendy Pritchard said this is the usual time the clinic begins to administer the vaccine.

Pritchard said some people want to get it early and have the situation out of the way. However, there are some misconceptions about a flu shot. Oliver, 62, made a decision late to run for the seat, but after a talk with a close friend in the Legislature, he was convinced to head to Montgomery and sit down with high-ranking Republican political figures.

After that discussion, Oliver said he made a difficult decision to throw his hat into the ring to represent the district. Ed Oliver speaks at a town hall forum last month. House District 81 Republican candidate Ed Oliver said his top concerns are economic development, education and healthcare. Planning a Yard Sale? To place your ad call. Box , Alexander City, AL, Donald Campbell Staff Writer, Ext.

My boyfriend and I love each other very much. But we are both so jealous we fight every day. The only time we get along is during sex and right after. Recently, he found an email I had written when we first got together in reply to a message I had received about becoming an escort.

I was broke at the time, and he had just been sent back to prison. How can I earn his trust and keep our relationship from becoming toxic? If the only time you and your boyfriend get along is during sex or right after, your relationship is already toxic. Rather than fight and accuse each other of infidelity every day, couples in healthy relationships build each other up and support one another.

Total honesty between partners is essential. I am a year-old girl and I hate my family. I think my parents hate me. Because you feel your parents may not take you seriously, be brave and tell a trusted teacher or counselor at school everything you have written to me, including your thoughts of suicide.

Eating disorders can be very serious, and they are not always obvious. People walk in and never ask. Some of those animals hike their leg, and their owners giggle and never offer an apology or to clean it up.

What happened to common courtesies? The demise of common courtesies happened right around the time when people began believing they were the exception to the rules. When ADA legislation was passed, it was so that people with disabilities would have access to things that ablebodied people take for granted. What you are experiencing is an abuse of that law by dishonest, uncaring individuals who have no sense of shame.

Contact Dear Abby at www. Box , Los Angeles, CA Reproduction of any part of any issue requires written publisher permission.

He was previously misidentified. The Outlook regrets this error. Students evacuated but were quickly back in the building. Pastor Ronny Jennings will officiate. Burial will follow in the Tallapoosa County Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, September 12, from 5: Angela loved her family dearly.

Angela was Born Again and Baptized when she. She also loved her church family, worshiping, singing, and doing whatever she was led to do by the Holy Spirit. She had a love for Christmas, going night fishing with her family on the pontoon boat, family gatherings, painting, sewing, and designing jewelry. Angela loved the Mission Field and always helped and prayed for others no matter what was going on in her own life.

During her last Mission Trip she helped build a house for a widow who had recently lost her husband to cancer. Angela lived her life for the Lord Jesus Christ, setting an example for others. She is survived by her husband, Nicholas Wayne Gulledge Sr. Memorial messages may be sent to the family at www. Mattie Leonard died Sunday, September 9, at her residence.

Charles Liverman died Friday, September 7, at his residence. A team of volunteers from Alexander City Methodist Church formed an assembly line to put together the more than 1, box lunches of smoked chicken and baked beans they sold to help the missions of the church. Alexander City Methodist Church pastor Rev. Wayne Cowhick pulls boiled corn for lunch boxes. Dwight Gaston helps with the baked beans for the lunch boxes. More than 60 large cans of beans were used for the meal. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, flu vaccines given with a needle are currently made in two ways.

The other way is with no flu vaccine viruses at all. The most common side effects of the influenza shot are soreness, redness, tenderness or swelling where the shot was given.

Low-grade fever, headache and muscle aches also may occur, according to the CDC says. The reason for people still getting sick could be based on new strains of flu every year. The shot will protect against the virus from the past year but there can always be new strains, she said. The CDC recommends getting a flu vaccine every year for everybody who is six months and older, even when the viruses the vaccine protects against have not changed from the previous season.

For more information about getting a flu shot through the health department, call Commission the county administrator and the county engineer. Another possible issue with the budget is increasing costs of health insurance. The accounts of the county are also being audited.

The re-plats will be somewhat common to correct the issue for mortgages and insurance purposes. Moore asked the commission about doing this administratively, to which the commission agreed for this purpose when it did not involve roads or utilities. A representative of the Tallapoosa County Board of Education informed the commission the board had approved a resolution to hire Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood for a facility study and 15 years of enrollment information had been provided to the group. The plan should be ready in the next 60 to 90 days.

Beck said the county could will see a savings of The commission went into executive session for. The commission adjourned the meeting but will reconvene it Sept. The commission will meet again Oct. American Airlines Flight 11 hit the north tower first at 8: Minutes later, United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into a field in Pennsylvania at The carnage — as far as attacks are concerned — was finally over for the day. The bravery of the first responders in New York City on Sept.

It is important to remember those men and women who were on the plane, and those who were going about their day at the office, unsuspecting their life was going to end in minutes.

While attending the prayer walk at the Benjamin Russell High School parking lot tonight or spending time with loved ones, take a moment to reflect on the day our country was rocked back on its feet and how we are blessed to live in a free country. Communication with elected officials is the key to good government. To let your most local representatives know how you feel about state or local matters, contact any of the following. Governor Kay Ivey represents the state of Alabama and its 67 counties.

She was sworn into office on April 10, , and can be reached at He can be reached at , and his office is located at Washington Avenue, Montgomery. He can be reached by phone at or by email at tughd81 gmail. He was elected to the Alabama Senate on Nov. His office is located at East Magnolia Drive, Auburn. He can be reached at or at clyde. Placing ideology and partisanship above the health of our institutions. While Trump is destroying the honor and reputation of the presidency, Senate Republicans are doing all they can to destroy the legitimacy of the United States Supreme Court.

When it comes to this last line of appeal in our legal system, the GOP has treated court appointments the same way machine politicians once treated jobs in city sewer departments: If you have the clout, you use it to place your people. Conservatives are willing to bend and break the rules, violate decorum and tradition, hide information and push Judge Kavanaugh through at breakneck speed.

They want a Supreme Court that will achieve their policy objectives — on regulation, access to the ballot, social issues, the influence of money in politics and the role of corporations in our national life — no matter what citizens might prefer in the future.

This is not fantasy. The Roberts Court again and again has swept aside precedent to foil the wishes of the elected branches of our government on the Voting Rights Act, campaign finance reform, environmental rules and a host of other issues. Kavanaugh will push the court much further right. DIONNE Columnist about him points to a man who is fierce and unapologetic in his partisanship and relentless in advancing his ideology. His confirmation will be the equivalent of handing the court over to the Heritage Foundation and the legal staff of Koch Industries.

It is characteristic of hypocrites to be unctuous and judgmental. How else to describe the attitudes of the GOP senators rushing Kavanaugh to the bench, and their defenders in the conservative legal academy who long to undo 75 years of court precedents?

Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are legitimately outraged over the haste with which Republicans are forcing Kavanaugh through and the cover-up of mountains of documents from his past. When Elena Kagan was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Obama in , all but a very small proportion of the records from her extensive service in the executive branch were turned over to the Senate.

And when Democrats on the Judiciary Committee howled about rigged hearings and did whatever they could to bring more information to light, Republicans primly accused them of lacking civility. That was not just incivility. Moderates and progressives appreciated their willingness to break with their party in previous instances, particularly in saving the Affordable Care Act. But by voting to confirm Kavanaugh they would be ratifying everything in politics they claim to be against.

This is not just about their pledges to protect the right to choose on abortion. Caving into the power brokers and ideologues on this will follow them for the rest of their careers. If the Trump era produces a backlash so strong that a Democratic president and Congress pass breakthrough economic and social policies, conservatives will count on their court majority to block, dismantle or disable progressive initiatives. And short of impeachments or courtpacking, there will be nothing officials elected by the people will be able to do about it.

This is a fight about democracy itself. Right now, democracy is in danger of losing. Dionne writes about politics in a twiceweekly column and on the PostPartisan blog. I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you. Do you normally get a flu shot each year? To participate in this daily poll, log on each day to www. Find out the vote totals in the next edition of The Outlook and see if your vote swayed the results. The Outlook strives to report the news honestly, fairly and with integrity, to take a leadership role and act as a positive influence in our community, to promote business, to provide for the welfare of our employees, to strive for excellence in everything we do and above all, to treat others as we would want to be treated ourselves.

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Everyone is asked to gather starting at 5: The church is located at North Central Avenue. Knight are celebrating their birthdays today. Walt Maddox, the Democrat nominee for governor, and other area candidates will speak at a Democrat rally at 5: The play features dancers, soloists and actors.

Audition from 4 p. Be prepared to sing and read; bring recorded accompaniment or audition acapella. For information, call Mary Perry at Meet at Broad Street Plaza at 8: For more information, contact Jacob Meacham at jacob. Bring your for sale items, clean out your garage, attic, basement and storage buildings. There will be toys, clothes, books, flowers, dishes, desks and more. There will also be snacks, hotdogs and soft drinks available.

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Alabama is one of the fifty United States of America, located in the southeast, between Mississippi and Georgia, south of Tennessee, and north of the Florida Panhandle. In terms of population, Alabama is the 23 rd most highly populated state, but when ranked by land area, Alabama is 30 th.

Alabama is one of the best states to visit for people that love to experience nature, as it is one of the most ecologically diverse states in the country. Gulf Shores and Orange Beach have beautiful beaches and some of the warmest and calmest ocean water in the country.

The foothills of the Cumberland Mountains extend into northeast Alabama, and beautiful mountains and waterfalls pepper the region. Alabama is also nationally acclaimed for having some of the best golf courses in the United States, the most well-regarded of which belong to a collection known as the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.

More than anything else, Alabama is known for the amazing football programs at Alabama and Auburn University, perennial contenders for the national championship, and winners of four consecutive national titles Alabama in , , and , and Auburn in Millions tune in to watch Alabama and Auburn play throughout the country, and the two teams dominate the discussion of college football all throughout the nation. The Alabama of the 21 st century is widely mischaracterized by the rest of the nation, especially those outside of the South.

The Alabama economy is growing, and its major cities all have strong economies. Another great thing about Alabama is that it is located in the center of some of the most important commercial and cultural centers of the southeast, Atlanta: Nashville, and New Orleans.

Alabama is also becoming an increasingly diverse state. In , the state was The military and educational opportunities of the state bring men and women in from all over the country. One of the advantages of living in Alabama is that the total cost of living is much lower than in many other states while there are still ample opportunities to experience culture if you live in the urban areas.

Alabama also has a significant military presence which helps stabilize the state economy. There are five military bases in Alabama: Major Cities in Alabama. Information about Birmingham, Alabama.

Birmingham is not the capital of Alabama, but it is the largest economic driver in the state, as well as the largest city both by city population and metro population. Birmingham got its start as an industry town because the area around the city had all the ingredients needed for steel in close proximity.

Vast coal and iron ore deposits were found in Red Mountain, which led to a rush of investment in the city. The city blossomed as a direct result of all this investment, quickly becoming the largest city in the state. Birmingham was an incredibly important place in both African American and Southern culture. Perhaps as a result of its importance as a largely African American community in the deep South, it also became the focal point of the Civil Rights Movement in the 50s and 60s, largely because of the segregationist efforts of Birmingham Public Safety Commissioner Bull Connor and Alabama governor George Wallace.

Over the past fifty years, Birmingham has remained an important economic powerhouse for the state of Alabama even after the Steel Industry petered out over the latter half of the century. Today, the University of Alabama Birmingham is the primary economic driver of the city, because of its immense importance as a medical research facility.

Birmingham is still an important financial center for the state as well. Information about Huntsville, Alabama. The nickname of Huntsville is the Rocket City, as a result of its incredible importance to NASA as a center of aeronautic and space research. Huntsville has one of the most stable and strong economies in the state, and is consistently ranked among the best cities in the South to live both for quality of life and employment opportunity. Huntsville has a population of over ,, and a metro population of more than , people.

As a result of the city's scientific and military importance, there are a large number of high-paying jobs in the fields of science and engineering. The military base averages around 40, employees, and is so large that it is considered its own city. During World War Two, the Arsenal was primarily used as a facility to manufacture chemical weapons, but after World War Two the area was largely re-purposed as a facility for the manufacture of both the first American ballistic missiles and the first launch vehicles which sent Americans to space and the moon.

The most famous resident of Huntsville was arguable Wernher von Braun, a German rocket scientist who moved to the United States after World War Two and was one of the most significant scientists in American Space Flight.

As you drive into Huntsville from the west, you will actually see the first American Space Shuttle to your right as you enter the city. Von Braun was instrumental in the production of this rocket, and made strong efforts to ensure that the rocket would remain the symbol of Huntsville, Alabama.

Information about Montgomery, Alabama. Montgomery is the capital of Alabama while also being the second largest city in the state, with over , citizens. In spite of the city's large population, it has a relatively small metropolitan area, with only around , people, making it the fourth largest metro area in the state. When the Civil War broke in , Montgomery was actually chosen to be the first capital of the Confederacy, although the Capital would eventually move to Richmond, Virginia for logistical reasons later in the war.

Today, Montgomery's economy is driven primarily by three factors: Politics, Education, and Military. Maxwell Airforce base is smaller than Redstone Arsenal, but is still one of the largest military facilities in the state, with over 12, military and contract employees.

In addition to the large public-sector presence in the state, Montgomery also has a significant amount of high tech industry, the largest probably being Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama. Montgomery also has a large lumber industry and industrial manufacturing sector. One interesting fact about Alabama is that the state actually has had five capitals in its history as a United States and Confederate territory.

The first capital of Alabama was St. Stephens, which was established in , when the state was still just a territory. Just a couple of years later, when Alabama achieved statehood in , the capital of Alabama was moved to Huntsville, which remains an important Alabama city to this day.

Huntsville's time as Alabama's capital would be brief as well, as the capital would move to Cahawba only a year later. Cahawba would remain the capital of Alabama until , when the capital was moved to Tuscaloosa.

Tuscaloosa was Alabama's capital from , when the capital was finally permanently moved to Montgomery. Information about Mobile, Alabama. Mobile is the only significant port city in Alabama, and for that reason it is an important area for both local and regional trade and commerce. Mobile is the third largest city in Alabama, with a population of over , people. Metro Mobile is more than , people, nearly the same size as the Huntsville Metropolitan area.

As a result of its significance as a port city, Mobile has a strong economy centered around manufacture and shipping. Mobile actually experienced a depression in the '70s and early '80s, but has rebounded strongly over the past thirty years, becoming one of the key economic centers in the southeast, as well as one of the top ports in the entire United States.

Mobile is one of the oldest cities in Alabama, and actually predates the United States by nearly a century. Mobile was founded as the capital of French Louisiana, an area which actually spread all the way from Mobile and the Florida Panhandle into a sprawl across a large swath of the central North American Mainland.

The large historical French influence from New Orleans to Mobile can still be felt to this day in the culture as well as the architecture.

One fact that most people don't know is that New Orleans, Louisiana, isn't actually the original home of Mardi Gras, the famous celebration that occurs in the week before Lent, when Americans celebrate humanity before the forty days of piety associated with Lent and Easter. Mobile was the home of the first Mardi Gras, and still celebrates the holiday to this day with music, parties, parades, and festivities.

Of course, the Mobile Mardi Gras doesn't get nearly as raucous as the New Orleans Mardi Gras, but that simply means that its more family friendly while still being accessible to people that just want to party hard!

It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west.

Alabama is the 30th-most extensive and the 23rd-most populous of the 50 United States. Despite the growth of major industries and urban centers, White rural interests dominated the state legislature from to the s, as it did not regularly reapportion the legislature from to ; urban interests and African Americans were markedly under-represented. African Americans and poor whites were essentially disenfranchised altogether by the state constitution of , a status that continued into the mids before being alleviated by federal legislation.

Following World War II, Alabama experienced growth as the economy of the state transitioned from one primarily based on agriculture to one with diversified interests. The power of the Solid South in Congress gained the establishment or expansion of multiple United States Armed Forces installations, which helped to bridge the gap between an agricultural and industrial economy during the midth century. The state economy in the 21st century is based on management, automotive, finance, manufacturing, aerospace, mineral extraction, healthcare, education, retail, and technology.

Alabama is nicknamed the Yellowhammer State, after the state bird. Alabama is also known as the "Heart of Dixie" and the Cotton State. The state tree is the Longleaf Pine, and the state flower is the Camellia. The capital of Alabama is Montgomery. The largest city by population is Birmingham, which has long been the most industrialized city, and largest city by total land area is Huntsville.

The oldest city is Mobile, founded by French colonists. The European-American naming of the Alabama River and state originates from the Alabama people, a Muskogean-speaking tribe whose members lived just below the confluence of the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers on the upper reaches of the river.

The word Alabama is believed to have come from the related Choctaw language and was adopted by the Alabama tribe as their name. The spelling of the word varies significantly among historical sources. The first usage appears in three accounts of the Hernando de Soto expedition of with Garcilaso de la Vega using Alibamo, while the Knight of Elvas and Rodrigo Ranjel wrote Alibamu and Limamu, respectively, in efforts to transliterate the term.

Sources disagree on the meaning of the word. Experts in the Muskogean languages have been unable to find any evidence to support such a translation. Scholars believe the word comes from the Choctaw alba meaning "plants" or "weeds" and amo meaning "to cut", "to trim", or "to gather".

The meaning may have been "clearers of the thicket" or "herb gatherers", referring to clearing land for cultivation or collecting medicinal plants. The state has numerous place names of Native American origin. Indigenous peoples of varying cultures lived in the area for thousands of years before European colonization.

The agrarian Mississippian culture covered most of the state from to AD, with one of its major centers built at what is now the Moundville Archaeological Site in Moundville, Alabama. This is the second-largest complex of the classic Middle Mississippian era, after Cahokia in present-day Illinois, which was the center of the culture.

Analysis of artifacts recovered from archaeological excavations at Moundville were the basis of scholars' formulating the characteristics of the Southeastern Ceremonial Complex SECC. Contrary to popular belief, the SECC appears to have no direct links to Mesoamerican culture, but developed independently.

The Ceremonial Complex represents a major component of the religion of the Mississippian peoples; it is one of the primary means by which their religion is understood. Among the historical tribes of Native American people living in the area of present-day Alabama at the time of European contact were the Cherokee, an Iroquoian language people; and the Muskogean-speaking Alabama Alibamu , Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Koasati.

While part of the same large language family, the Muskogee tribes developed distinct cultures and languages. With exploration in the 16th century, the Spanish were the first Europeans to reach Alabama. The expedition of Hernando de Soto passed through Mabila and other parts of the state in More than years later, the French founded the first European settlement in the region at Old Mobile in The city was moved to the current site of Mobile in This area was claimed by the French from to as part of La Louisiane.

The latter retained control of this western territory from until the surrender of the Spanish garrison at Mobile to U. Thomas Bassett, a loyalist to the British monarchy during the Revolutionary era, was one of the earliest White settlers in the state outside Mobile.

He settled in the Tombigbee District during the early s. The boundaries of the district were roughly limited to the area within a few miles of the Tombigbee River and included portions of what is today southern Clarke County, northernmost Mobile County, and most of Washington County. What is now the counties of Baldwin and Mobile became part of Spanish West Florida in , part of the independent Republic of West Florida in , and was finally added to the Mississippi Territory in Most of what is now the northern two-thirds of Alabama was known as the Yazoo lands beginning during the British colonial period.

It was claimed by the Province of Georgia from onwards. Following the Revolutionary War, it remained a part of Georgia, although heavily disputed. With the exception of the area around Mobile and the Yazoo lands, what is now the lower one-third Alabama was made part of the Mississippi Territory when it was organized in The Yazoo lands were added to the territory in , following the Yazoo land scandal.

Prior to the admission of Mississippi as a state on December 10, , the more sparsely settled eastern half of the territory was separated and named the Alabama Territory.

Stephens, now abandoned, served as the territorial capital from to Congress selected Huntsville as the site for the first Constitutional Convention of Alabama after it was approved to become the 22nd state. From July 5 to August 2, , delegates met to prepare the new state constitution.

Huntsville served as the temporary capital of Alabama from to , when the seat of state government was moved to Cahaba in Dallas County. Cahaba, now a ghost town, was the first permanent state capital from to Alabama Fever was already underway when the state was admitted to the Union, with settlers and land speculators pouring into the state to take advantage of fertile land suitable for cotton cultivation. Part of the frontier in the s and s, its constitution provided for universal suffrage for white men.

Southeastern planters and traders from the Upper South brought slaves with them as the cotton plantations in Alabama expanded. The economy of the central Black Belt named for its dark, productive soil was built around large cotton plantations whose owners' wealth grew largely from slave labor.

The area also drew many poor, disfranchised people who became subsistence farmers. Alabama had a population estimated at under 10, people in , but it had increased to more than , people by Most Native American tribes were completely removed from the state within a few years of the passage of the Indian Removal Act by Congress in From to , Tuscaloosa served as the capital of Alabama.

On January 30, , the Alabama legislature announced that it had voted to move the capital city from Tuscaloosa to Montgomery. The first legislative session in the new capital met in December A new capitol building was erected under the direction of Stephen Decatur Button of Philadelphia.

The first structure burned down in , but was rebuilt on the same site in This second capitol building in Montgomery remains to the present day. It was designed by Barachias Holt of Exeter, Maine. By , the population had increased to a total of , people, of which nearly half, , were enslaved African Americans, and 2, were free people of color. On January 11, , Alabama declared its secession from the Union.

After remaining an independent republic for a few days, it joined the Confederate States of America. The Confederacy's capital was initially located at Montgomery. Alabama was heavily involved in the American Civil War.

Although comparatively few battles were fought in the state, Alabama contributed about , soldiers to the war effort. The company wore new uniforms with yellow trim on the sleeves, collar and coat tails.

This led to them being greeted with "Yellowhammer", and the name later was applied to all Alabama troops in the Confederate Army.

Alabama's slaves were freed by the 13th Amendment in Alabama was under military rule from the end of the war in May until its official restoration to the Union in From to , with most White citizens barred temporarily from voting and freedmen enfranchised, many African Americans emerged as political leaders in the state.

Alabama was represented in Congress during this period by three African-American congressmen: Jeremiah Haralson, Benjamin S. Turner, and James T. Following the war, the state remained chiefly agricultural, with an economy tied to cotton. During Reconstruction, state legislators ratified a new state constitution in that created the state's first public school system and expanded women's rights.

Legislators funded numerous public road and railroad projects, although these were plagued with allegations of fraud and misappropriation. Organized insurgent, resistance groups tried to suppress the freedmen and Republicans. Reconstruction in Alabama ended in , when the Democrats regained control of the legislature and governor's office through an election dominated by fraud and violence.

They wrote another constitution in , and the legislature passed the Blaine Amendment, prohibiting public money from being used to finance religious-affiliated schools. The same year, legislation was approved that called for racially segregated schools. Railroad passenger cars were segregated in After disfranchising most African Americans and many poor whites in the constitution, the Alabama legislature passed more Jim Crow laws at the beginning of the 20th century to impose segregation in everyday life.

The new Constitution of Alabama included provisions for voter registration that effectively disenfranchised large portions of the population, including nearly all African Americans and Native Americans, and tens of thousands of poor whites, through making voter registration difficult, requiring a poll taxes and literacy test. By , only 2, African Americans were registered in Alabama, although at least 74, were literate. This compared to more than , African Americans eligible to vote in The numbers dropped even more in later decades.

While the planter class had persuaded poor Whites to vote for this legislative effort to suppress black voting, the new restrictions resulted in their disenfranchisement as well, due mostly to the imposition of a cumulative poll tax. By , whites constituted a slight majority of those disenfranchised by these laws: Nearly all African Americans had lost the ability to vote. Despite numerous legal challenges that succeeded in overturning certain provisions, the state legislature would create new ones to maintain disenfranchisement.

The exclusion of blacks from the political system persisted until after passage of federal civil rights legislation in the to enforce their constitutional rights as citizens. The constitution required racial segregation of public schools. It also restated that interracial marriage was illegal, as it had been prohibited in Into the s, the state legislature passed additional racial segregation laws related to public facilities: The rural-dominated Alabama legislature consistently underfunded schools and services for the disenfranchised African Americans, but it did not relieve them of paying taxes.

Partially as a response to chronic underfunding of education for African Americans in the South, the Rosenwald Fund began funding the construction of what came to be known as Rosenwald Schools. In Alabama these schools were designed and the construction partially financed with Rosenwald funds, which paid one-third of the construction costs. The fund required the local community and state to raise matching funds to pay the rest.

Black residents effectively taxed themselves twice, by raising additional monies to supply matching funds for such schools, which were built in many rural areas. They often donated land and labor as well. Beginning in , the first 80 Rosenwald Schools were built in Alabama for African-American children. A total of schools, seven teachers' houses, and several vocational buildings were completed by in the state.

Several of the surviving school buildings in the state are now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Continued racial discrimination and lynchings, agricultural depression, and the failure of the cotton crops due to boll weevil infestation led tens of thousands of African Americans from rural Alabama and other states to seek opportunities in northern and midwestern cities during the early decades of the 20th century as part of the Great Migration out of the South.

Reflecting this emigration, the population growth rate in Alabama see "Historical Populations" table below dropped by nearly half from to At the same time, many rural people, both White and African American, migrated to the city of Birmingham to work in new industrial jobs. Birmingham experienced such rapid growth that it was called "The Magic City".

Heavy industry and mining were the basis of its economy. Its residents were under-represented for decades in the state legislature, which refused to redistrict after each decennial census according to population changes, as it was required by the state constitution.

This did not change until the late s, following a lawsuit and court order to establish the principle of apportionment as "one man, one vote". Beginning in the s, when the courts started taking the first steps to recognize the voting rights of black voters, the Alabama legislature took several counter -steps designed to disfranchise black voters. The legislature passed, and the voters ratified [as these were mostly white voters], a state constitutional amendment that gave local registrars greater latitude to disqualify voter registration applicants.

Black citizens in Mobile successfully challenged this amendment as a violation of the Fifteenth Amendment. The legislature also changed the boundaries of Tuskegee to a sided figure designed to fence out blacks from the city limits.

The Supreme Court unanimously held that this racial "gerrymandering" violated the Constitution. Industrial development related to the demands of World War II brought a level of prosperity to the state not seen since before the Civil War. Rural workers poured into the largest cities in the state for better jobs and a higher standard of living. One example of this massive influx of workers occurred in Mobile.

Between and , more than 89, people moved into the city to work for war-related industries. Cotton and other cash crops faded in importance as the state developed a manufacturing and service base. Despite massive population changes in the state from to , the rural-dominated legislature refused to reapportion House and Senate seats based on population, as required by the state constitution to follow the results of decennial censuses.

They held on to old representation to maintain political and economic power in agricultural areas. In addition, the state legislature gerrymandered the few Birmingham legislative seats to ensure election by persons living outside Birmingham.

One result was that Jefferson County, containing Birmingham's industrial and economic powerhouse, contributed more than one-third of all tax revenue to the state, but did not receive a proportional amount in services.

Urban interests were consistently underrepresented in the legislature. A study noted that because of rural domination, "a minority of about 25 per cent of the total state population is in majority control of the Alabama legislature. A class action suit initiated on behalf of plaintiffs in Lowndes County, Alabama challenged the state legislature's lack of redistricting for congressional seats. In White v. Crook, Judge Frank M. Johnson ordered the state to redistrict. United States Supreme Court cases of Baker v.

Carr and Reynolds v. Sims ruled that the principle of "one man, one vote" needed to be the basis of both houses of state legislatures as well, and that their districts had to be based on population, rather than geographic counties, as Alabama had used for its senate.

In , for the first time since , the legislature completed the first congressional redistricting based on the decennial census. This benefited the urban areas that had developed, as well as all in the population who had been underrepresented for more than 60 years. Other changes were made to implement representative state house and senate districts. African Americans continued to press in the s and s to end disenfranchisement and segregation in the state through the Civil Rights Movement, including legal challenges.

Board of Education that public schools had to be desegregated, but Alabama was slow to comply. During the s, under Governor George Wallace, Alabama resisted compliance with federal demands for desegregation. The civil rights movement had notable events in Alabama, including the Montgomery Bus Boycott —56 , Freedom Rides in , and Selma to Montgomery marches.

Legal segregation ended in the states in , but Jim Crow customs often continued until specifically challenged in court. Despite recommendations of a Alabama Constitutional Commission, the state legislature did not approve an amendment to establish home rule for counties. There is very limited home rule, but the legislature is deeply involved in passing legislation that applies to county-level functions and policies.

This both deprives local residents of the ability to govern themselves and distracts the legislature from statewide issues. Alabama has made some changes since the late 20th century and has used new types of voting to increase representation. In the s, an omnibus redistricting case, Dillard v. Crenshaw County, challenged the at-large voting for representative seats of Alabama jurisdictions, including counties and school boards. At-large voting had diluted the votes of any minority in a county, as the majority tended to take all seats.

Despite African Americans making up a significant minority in the state, they had been unable to elect any representatives in most of the at-large jurisdictions. As part of settlement of this case, five Alabama cites and counties, including Chilton County, adopted a system of cumulative voting for election of representatives in multi-seat jurisdictions. This has resulted in more proportional representation for voters.

In another form of proportional representation, 23 jurisdictions use limited voting, as in Conecuh County. In , limited voting was first tested in Conecuh County. Together use of these systems has increased the number of African Americans and women being elected to local offices, resulting in governments that are more representative of their citizens. About three-fifths of the land area is a gentle plain with a general descent towards the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico.

The North Alabama region is mostly mountainous, with the Tennessee River cutting a large valley and creating numerous creeks, streams, rivers, mountains, and lakes. Alabama is bordered by the states of Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida to the south, and Mississippi to the west. Alabama has coastline at the Gulf of Mexico, in the extreme southern edge of the state.

Suburban Baldwin County, along the Gulf Coast, is the largest county in the state in both land area and water area. Additionally, Alabama has four National Forests: Conecuh, Talladega, Tuskegee, and William B. A notable natural wonder in Alabama is "Natural Bridge" rock, the longest natural bridge east of the Rockies, located just south of Haleyville. This is the Wetumpka crater, the site of "Alabama's greatest natural disaster. The hills just east of downtown Wetumpka showcase the eroded remains of the impact crater that was blasted into the bedrock, with the area labeled the Wetumpka crater or astrobleme "star-wound" because of the concentric rings of fractures and zones of shattered rock that can be found beneath the surface.

In , Christian Koeberl with the Institute of Geochemistry University of Vienna published evidence and established the site as the th recognized impact crater on Earth. The state is classified as humid subtropical Cfa under the Koppen Climate Classification. Temperatures tend to be warmer in the southern part of the state with its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, while the northern parts of the state, especially in the Appalachian Mountains in the northeast, tend to be slightly cooler.

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