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  2. List of Alabama state symbols - Wikipedia

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    The items on the list have been officially sanctioned by the Alabama Legislature. Alabama has a total of 41 official state emblems. Alabama has a total of 41 official state emblems. The oldest of which is the Alabama State Bible , from 1853; [1] the most recently designated is the peach , Alabama's state tree fruit, established in 2006.

  3. Alabama Air National Guard - Wikipedia

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    Active: 21 January 1922 – present: Country United States of America Allegiance United States of America Alabama Branch United States Air Force Role "Provides mission ready forces to the federal government and the Governor of Alabama, while providing assistance to the citizens and civil authorities during natural disasters or emergencies under the command of the Adjutant General."

  4. Climate of Alabama - Wikipedia

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    The state of Alabama is classified as humid subtropical (Cfa) under the Köppen climate classification. The state's average annual temperature is 64 °F (18 °C). Temperatures tend to be warmer in the state's southern portion with its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, while its northern portions, especially in the Appalachian Mountains in the northeast, tend to be slightly

  5. Alabama (band) - Wikipedia

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    Alabama is the most awarded band in the history of country music, with over 200 awards from a variety of organizations. In 1981, Alabama won both the Vocal Group of the Year and Instrumental Group of the Year honors from the CMAs. It also won the ACM's Vocal Group of the Year award, and Billboard 's New Group of the Year honors.

  6. Alabama - Wikipedia

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    Alabama is the 30th largest by area and the 24th-most populous of the U.S. states. With a total of 1,500 miles (2,400 km) of inland waterways, Alabama has among the most of any state. Alabama is nicknamed the Yellowhammer State, after the state bird. Alabama is also known as the "Heart of Dixie" and the "Cotton State".

  7. Terri Sewell - Wikipedia

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    Terrycina Andrea "Terri" Sewell (/ ˈ sj uː əl /; born January 1, 1965) is an American lawyer and politician. A member of the Democratic Party, she has served since 2011 as the U.S. representative for Alabama's 7th congressional district, which includes most of the Black Belt, as well as most of the predominantly black portions of Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, and Montgomery.

  8. Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

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    Scope of operation. The department's primary responsibility is to manage the wildlife and public lands of Alabama. This includes: 22 state parks, 23 public fishing lakes, three freshwater fish hatcheries, 34 wildlife management areas, two waterfowl refuges, two wildlife sanctuaries, a mariculture center with 35 ponds, and 645,000 acres (2,610 km 2) of trust lands managed for the benefit of ...

  9. Music of Alabama - Wikipedia

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    The state song of Alabama is entitled "Alabama".It was written by Julia Tutwiler and composed by Edna Gockel Gussen. It was adopted as the state song in 1931. A State Senate bill (SB-458) was passed 32–1 in 2000 to move "Alabama" to the status of State Anthem, with "Stars Fell On Alabama", a song written in 1933 whose most popular release was by Jimmy Buffett in 1972 becoming the new State ...