Also known as the Heart of Dixie, Alabama is a state in the southern United States. Named after a word that means "tribal town," Alabama became the 22nd state in the United States in 1819. Alabama's major cities include ... More »

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Bluebell, Alabama, is a fictional town located on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and is the setting for the TV show "Hart of Dixie." It is depicted in the series as a small town with lots of Southern hospitality. Rachel... More »

Some common facts about the state of Alabama include that Alabama gained statehood on December 14, 1861, as the 22nd state and that Montgomery served as the capital of the Confederate States of America. Additionally, wor... More »

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Alabama is commonly called the "Heart of Dixie" because of its location among the Southern states, the territory referred to as "Dixie." The slogan came about in the late 1940s as a public relations tool by the Alabama C... More »

Bluebell, Alabama, is a fictional town located on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and is the setting for the TV show "Hart of Dixie." It is depicted in the series as a small town with lots of Southern hospitality. Rachel... More »

Some of the major landforms in Alabama include the Talladega Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains, the Coosa River valley, the Cheaha Mountain, the Cumberland Plateau, the Piedmont Plateau and the Gulf Coastal Plain. Ala... More »

Some of the most well-known Alabama songs include "Christmas in Dixie," "Angels Among Us" and "Tennessee Christmas." Other well-known Alabama songs include "Love in the First Degree" and "Mountain Music." More »

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