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What would locals like others know about Alabama? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion:

Headlines
The national forest that every Alabamian should visit – This is Alabama

Tourism Portals
Alabama Tourism
@TweetHomeAla

Parks
Alabama State Parks
Outdoor Alabama – Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Elsewhere on the Web
thisisalabama.org
Unclaimed Baggage
Birmingham-Southern College
al.com

Civil Rights
roughguides.com

Indigenous
pci-nsn.gov
pci-nsn.gov/westminster/index.html
moundville.museums.ua.edufacebook
@PoarchCreek

Birmingham
Birmingham is nestled in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
birminghamal.gov@cityofbhamal
birminghambowl.com@Birmingham_BowlFacebook
birminghamal.org@inbirmingha
can-birmingham-stay-humble
@UptownBhamFacebook
samford.edu


The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute – bcri.org – is a cultural and educational research center that promotes a comprehensive understanding for the significance of civil rights developments in Birmingham. BCRI reaches more than 150,000 individuals each year though award-winning programs and services.
Facebook
YouTube
https://twitter.com/bhamcivilrights

Greensboro
thepielab.com@pielab
Wikipedia

Gulf Shores
The Gulf Coast Center for Ecotourism and Sustainability – gulfcenter.org – is a nonprofit in Gulf Shores, Alabama. The center promotes environmental awareness and sustainable tourism to strengthen the community and economy, and enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors
https://www.gulfshoresal.gov/1265/Gulf-Coast-Center-For-Ecotourism-Sustain
https://www.facebook.com/gulfcoastecotourism/

gulfshoresal.govYouTube

Huntsville
huntsville.org
nasa.gov
@HSVmuseumArt
@Go2HuntsvilleAL

Mobile
City of Mobile
mobile.org@VisitMobileAL

Montgomery
montgomeryal.gov
visitingmontgomery.com
montgomeryadvertiser.com
splcenter.org@splcenter
Wikipedia

Moundville
moundvillealabama.com

Selma
Iconic Selma bridge has a racist back story
selma-al.gov
dreammarcheson.com
time.com/3736357/barack-obama-selma-speech-transcript

Tallassee
tallasseeal.gov

Tuscaloosa
tuscaloosa.com@tuscaloosacity
tuscaloosanews.com@tuscaloosanews
ua.edu

Election Results and 100 Million Year-Old Coastline

How a 100 Million Year-Old Coastline Decides US Elections

Wikipedia
Alabama
Coosa River
Rosa Parks
Iron Bowl
Sun Ra

Cities

Features

Planeta.com

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