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  2. Anniston, Alabama - Wikipedia,_Alabama

    Careful planning and easy access to rail transportation helped grow Anniston. In 1882, Anniston was the first city in Alabama to be lit by electricity. By 1941, Anniston was Alabama's fifth largest city. World War I and II. In 1917, at the start of World War I, the United States Army established a training camp at Fort McClellan.

  3. Phenix City, Alabama - Wikipedia,_Alabama

    Geography. Phenix City is located at (32.472822, −85.020121 It is the easternmost settlement in the state of Alabama as well as the Central Time Zone, but it and some other nearby areas unofficially observe Eastern Time, as these areas are part of the metropolitan area of the considerably larger city of Columbus, Georgia, which is in the Eastern Time Zone and adjacent to the city across the ...

  4. Moulton, Alabama - Wikipedia,_Alabama

    Moulton is a city in Lawrence County, Alabama, and is included in the Decatur Metropolitan Area, as well as the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area.Although it incorporated in 1819, along with its rival of Courtland, to compete for the honor of county seat, it did not first appear on the U.S. Census rolls until 1900.

  5. Barbour County, Alabama - Wikipedia,_Alabama

    Eufaula, AL William Dorsey Jelks: 1901–1907 Eufaula, AL Braxton Bragg Comer: 1907–1911 Spring Hill, AL Charles S. McDowell: July 10,11, 1924 Eufaula, AL Chauncey Sparks: 1943–1947 Eufaula, AL George Corley Wallace: 1963–1967, 1971–1979, 1983-1987 Clio, AL Jere Beasley: June 5 – July 7, 1972 Clayton, AL

  6. Andalusia, Alabama - Wikipedia,_Alabama

    [citation needed] The new town was originally called "New Site" but was known as Andalusia by the time a post office was established in 1846. Andalusia was incorporated as a town in 1884. In 1899, two railroad lines arrived in Andalusia, the Central of Georgia and the L & N Railroad, and the town began to grow.

  7. Bay Minette, Alabama - Wikipedia,_Alabama

    Area code(s) 251: FIPS code: 01-04660: GNIS feature ID: 0113588: Website:

  8. Fayette, Alabama - Wikipedia,_Alabama

    Area code(s) 205, 659: FIPS code: 01-25840: GNIS feature ID: 0157950: Website:

  9. Tuscaloosa, Alabama - Wikipedia,_Alabama

    Tuscaloosa is part of the Birmingham-Tuscaloosa-Anniston television market, which is the 40th largest in the nation. All major networks have a presence in the market. WCFT 33 is the ABC affiliate, WIAT 42 is the CBS affiliate, WBRC 6 is the Fox affiliate, WVTM 13 is the NBC affiliate, WBIQ 10 is the PBS affiliate, WTTO 21 is the CW affiliate ...