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The Yellow Hammer State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Alabama
Unofficial nickname. Many people believe that it derives from the species of woodpecker - in reality, it arose from the yellow colour of the home-dyed uniforms that the Alabama troops wore during the Civil War.
Alabama
   state capital is   
Montgomery
Alabama
   has the   
Crimson Tide
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Alabama
   plays in the   
SEC
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Alabama
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
AL
Alabama
   has the motto   
"We Dare To Defend Our Rights"
Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
   starred   
Reese Witherspoon and Josh Lucas
Alabama
   originated in   
Fort Payne, Alabama
Alabama
   flag is   

The crimson St. Andrew's cross was patterned after the Confederate Battle Flag.
Hail Alabama
   is the fight song of   
Alabama State University
Historically a black university, Montgomery, Alabama
Yea Alabama
   is the fight song of   
University of Alabama
Montgomery FPC
   is situated in   
Alabama
Federal Prison Camp
Alabama
   has   
Helen Keller and Some Braille, Framed in Magnolias and a Pine Branch
Joined union in 1819, quarter released in 2003
Mobile, Montgomery, Huntsville
   are all   
Cities in Alabama
Alabama
   the highest point is   
Cheaha Mt. 2,405 Feet
Talladega National Forest
   is situated in   
Alabama
Tuskegee National Forest
   is situated in   
Alabama
William B. Bankhead National Forest
   is situated in   
Alabama
University of Alabama
   is situated in   
Tuscaloosa
United States
U.S.S. Alabama
      
Preserved in Battleship Park, Mobile
Commissioned Aug. 1942 -- BB-60.
Crimson Tide (1995)
   featured the   
USS Alabama
A submarine
University of Alabama
   has   
Big Al
He is a gray elephant
Mark Childress
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Crazy in Alabama (1999)
Based on the 1993 book
Mobile, _____
   -   
Alabama
Curtis Gordon
Sweet Home _____
   -   
Alabama
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Antonio Banderas
   directed   
Crazy in Alabama (1999)
Starring Melanie Griffith
Birmingham
   is situated in   
Alabama
Mobile
   is situated in   
Alabama
Alabama State Fairgrounds
   is situated in   
The U.S.A.
Birmingham, Alabama, U.S.A.
You Can Legally Play Dominoes on Sunday in Alabama
   is   
False
Alabama Power Company
   has which symbol   
ABJ
Talladega Superspeedway
   is in   
Talladega, Alabama
2.660-mile oval
Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
   starred   
Reese Witherspoon, Josh Lucas and Patrick Dempsey
Director: Andy Tennant. Also starred Candice Bergen, Mary Kay Place & Fred Ward. Plot: A young woman with a white trash background runs away from her husband in Alabama and reinvents herself as a New York socialite.
"There Will Be a Light"
   was released by   
Ben Harper & The Blind Boys of Alabama
2006 - Best Traditional Gospel Album
"Go Tell It on the Mountain"
   was released by   
The Blind Boys of Alabama
2004 - Best Traditional Gospel Album
"Spirit of the Century"
   was released by   
The Blind Boys of Alabama
2002 - Best Traditional Gospel Album
The Heart of Dixie
   is a nickname for the state of   
Alabama
Unofficial nickname. This was introduced by the state's Chamber of Commerce in the 1940s for publicity purposes, and in 1951 was approved by the legislature for inclusion on licence plates. The Chamber noted that "Alabama is geographically the Heart of Dixie, Alabama is industrially the Heart of Dixie, Alabama is, in fact, the Heart of Dixie."
The Cotton State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Alabama
Unofficial nickname. Cotton production in Alabama was a major influence in the growth and culture of the state. Alabama was singled out as THE Cotton State because of its central location in the Cotton Belt. Cotton was Alabama's leading crop and Alabama was considered a leading cotton producer. Alabama ranked 11th for cotton cash receipts in 2004.
Alabama
   is the original tribal name of the   
Alabama
Alabama (cleared thicket)
Sweet Home Alabama
   was released by   
Lynyrd Skynyrd
1974 - inducted in 2009; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Alabama State University
   is in   
Montgomery
Alabama
University of Alabama
   is in   
Tuscaloosa
University of South Alabama
   is in   
Mobile
22nd
   state to join the union was   
Alabama
December 14, 1819
Sweet Home Alabama
   was performed by   
Lynyrd Skynrd
1974
The Dirty South
   features   
The Boys From Alabama
Guy Lombardo
   released the record   
Stars Fell on Alabama
1934; #1 on the Billboard chart; early version
Lynyrd Skynyrd
   released the single   
Sweet Home Alabama
1974; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2009
Alabama Three
   released the single   
Woke Up This Morning
1997; iconic theme song for "Sopranos" HBO series
Sweet Home _____
   is missing   
Alabama
2002. Reese Witherspoon and Josh Lucas.






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