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Alabama Facts

State Capital: Montgomery since 1846
State Bird: Yellowhammer
State Fish: Tarpon
State Flower: Camellia
State Moto: Audemus jura nostra defendere
          (We dare Defend our rights.)
State Song: "Alabama"
          Words by Julia S. Tutwiler and music by Edna Goeckel Gussen.
State Tree: Southern Pine



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Note: AHGP allows more than one web site per county. If you would like to adopt one of the counties, please go to About This Project for information on what is required for hosting a county. Then select to e-mail the State Host with your request.

State Coordinator (SC) is Doris Robbins



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