Alabama State

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Bishop State Community College - History
... Bishop State Community College was founded in the summer of 1927, as a Branch of Alabama State College in Montgomery, Alabama ... In August 1965, a legislative act officially declared "Alabama State College Branch Mobile Center" a state junior college ... In November 1965, the College was named "Mobile State Junior College" ...
List Of United States Political Families (W) - The Walkers
... John Williams Walker (1783–1823), Alabama Territory Representative, delegate to the Alabama Constitutional Convention 1819, U.S ... Senator from Alabama 1819-1822 ... Percy Walker (1812–1880), Alabama State Attorney, Alabama State Representative 1847. 1853, U.S ...
List Of Alabama State Symbols
... This is a list of state symbols of Alabama ... The items on the list have been officially sanctioned by the Alabama Legislature ... Alabama has a total of 41 official state emblems ...
List Of United States Political Families (C) - The Carmichaels
... Carmichael, Probate Court Judge of Dale County, Alabama Auditor of Alabama Alabama Assemblyman Alabama State Senator Alabama Secretary of State Circuit Court Judge in Alabama ... Archibald Hill Carmichael (1864–1947), Alabama Solicitor 1890-1894, Alabama State Representative 1907-1911 1915-1919, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1928. 1932 ... Representative from Alabama 1933-1937 ...
List Of Law Enforcement Agencies In Alabama - State Agencies
... Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Police Alabama Attorney General's Office Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center Alabama Department of Conservation ...

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    While over Alabama earth
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    Love—and chains are broken.
    Langston Hughes (20th century)