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Alabama Information

Entered Into Union: December 14, 1819
Capital: Montgomery
Largest City: Birmingham
Est. Population: 4.6 million
State Website: www.alabama.gov

Current Payday Law Status: Payday Loans Are Acceptable In The State Of Alabama.

Some Alabama History According To Wikipedia:

Among the Native American people once living in the area of present day Alabama were Alabama (Alibamu), Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, Koasati, and Mobile. Trade with the Northeast via the Ohio River began during the Burial Mound Period (1000 BC-AD 700) and continued until European contact. Meso-American influence is evident in the agrarian Mississippian culture that followed.

The French founded the first European settlement in the state with the establishment of Mobile in 1702. Southern Alabama was French from 1702 to 1763, part of British West Florida from 1763 to 1780, and part of Spanish West Florida from 1780 to 1814. Northern and central Alabama was part of British Georgia from 1763 to 1783 and part of the American Mississippi territory thereafter. Its statehood was delayed by the lack of a coastline; rectified when Andrew Jackson captured Spanish Mobile in 1814. Alabama was the twenty-second state admitted to the Union, in 1819.

Alabama was the new frontier in the 1820s and 1830s. Settlers rapidly arrived to take advantage of fertile soils. Planters brought slaves with them, and traders brought in more from the Upper South as the cotton plantations expanded. The economy of the central "Black Belt" featured large cotton plantations whose owners built their wealth on the labor of enslaved African Americans. It was named for the dark, fertile soil. Elsewhere poor whites were subsistence farmers. According to the 1860 census, enslaved Africans comprised 45% of the state's population of 964, 201. There were only 2, 690 free persons of color.

In 1861 Alabama seceded from the Union to join the Confederate States of America. While not many battles were fought in the state, Alabama contributed about 120, 000 soldiers to the Civil War. All the slaves were freed by 1865. Following Reconstruction, Alabama was readmitted to the Union in 1868.

 

 

List of Alabama cities :

 

Abbeville
Addison
Alabaster
Albertville
Alexandria
Aliceville
Altoona
Andalusia
Anniston
Arab
Ardmore
Arley
Ashland
Athens
Atmore
Attalla
Auburn
Autaugaville
Bay Minette
Bayou La Batre
Bear Creek
Bessemer
Birmingham
Boaz
Brent
Brewton
Butler
Bynum
Camden
Carrollton
Centre
Centreville
Cherokee
Childersburg
Clanton
Clay
Clayton
Columbia
Cordova
Creola
Crossville
Cullman
Dadeville
Daleville
Daphne
Deatsville
Decatur

Demopolis
Detroit
Dothan
Double Springs
Douglas
Elba
Enterprise
Eufaula
Eva
Evergreen
Fairfield
Fairhope
Falkville
Fayette
Flomaton
Florence
Foley
Fort Payne
Fultondale
Fyffe
Gadsden
Gardendale
Geneva
Georgiana
Geraldine
Grand Bay
Grant
Graysville
Greensboro
Greenville
Grove Hill
Gulf Shores
Guntersville
Hackleburg
Haleyville
Hamilton
Hanceville
Hartselle
Harvest
Hazel Green
Heflin
Helena
Henagar
Huntsville
Hurtsboro
Ider

Jackson
Jacksonville
Jasper
Jemison
Killen
Lanett
Leeds
Leesburg
Leighton
Lincoln
Linden
Lineville
Livingston
Loxley
Luverne
Lynn
Madison
Meridianville
Millbrook
Mobile
Monroeville
Montevallo
Montgomery
Moody
Moulton
Moundville
Munford
Muscle Shoals
Northport
Odenville
Oneonta
Opelika
Opp
Orange Beach
Oxford
Ozark
Pelham
Phil Campbell
Piedmont
Pike Road
Pine Hill
Pinson
Pisgah
Prattville
Ragland
Rainsville

Ranburne
Red Bay
Reform
Repton
Roanoke
Robertsdale
Rockford
Rogersville
Russellville
Saraland
Satsuma
Scottsboro
Section
Selma
Sheffield
Somerville
Springville
Steele
Stevenson
Sumiton
Summerdale
Sylacauga
Talladega
Tallassee
Theodore
Thomasville
Thorsby
Trinity
Troy
Trussville
Tuscaloosa
Tuscumbia
Tuskegee
Union Springs
Valley
Valley Head
Vernon
Vincent
Wadley
Warrior
Weaver
West Blocton
Wetumpka
Winfield
York

 

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