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Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa is a college town of about 75,000 people. It is home to the University of Alabama. It's also home to Mercedes-Benz' first North American auto production plant. Tuscaloosa is beautiful and is quite historical. Many historic buildings are still standing. Nightlife is good in town due to the large amount of college students....


Anchorage Anchorage is located in South-Central Alaska. Yes, Anchorage is FAR away from a lot of places 2,463 road miles from Seattle (but only 1,448 air miles), 3,608 miles from Los Angeles, 4,499 miles from New York City and 5,074 miles from Miami. Anchorage is situated between the Cook Inlet to the West, The Chugach Mountains to the East and Mt. McKinley approximately 130 air miles to the North (which can be seen through the clear Alaska sky from Anchorage). The Municipal boundaries take up about 2,000 square miles, although most of that is the Chugach National Forest. The 2004 population is about 279,000, an increase of more than 20 percent since 1990 2/5th of the ENTIRE population of Alaska, making it the largest ...


Barrow Situated 330 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Barrow is the northernmost incorporated city in North America. With almost 5,000 population, about half of them native Americans, it is the largest Inupiat Eskimo community in the world. Barrow is the seat of government for the North Slope Borough, and serves as regional center for the sparsely populated 89,000-square-mile borough - the largest municipality on earth. In land area the North Slope is larger than the states of Ohio and Pennsylvania combined. Barrow was called Utqiagvik by it its Inupiat founders, meaning The place where we hunt snowy owls. Because of its key location at the junction of the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas on the Arctic Ocean, Barrow became an i...


Daviston On the morning of 27 March 1814, General Andrew Jackson and an army of 3,300 men consisting of Tennessee militia, United States regulars and both Cherokee and Lower Creek allies attacked Chief Menawa and 1,000 Upper Creek or Red Stick warriors fortified in the horseshoe bend of the Tallapoosa River. To seal off the bend of the river, the Upper Creeks built an incredibly strong 400 yard long barricade made of dirt and logs. As the Cherokee and Lower Creek warriors swam the Tallapoosa and attacked from the rear, Jackson launched the militia and regular soldiers against the barricade. Facing overwhelming odds, the Red Sticks fought bravely yet ultimately lost the battle. Over 800 Upper Creeks died at Horseshoe Bend de...

Florence in Alabama

Florence in Alabama If you've never spent time in Florence, Alabama, you might be pleasantly surprised at our cultural life. You might also think we were a city three times our actual size! Within our city, you'll find a home designed and later added on to by Frank Lloyd Wright, which was in the original family's possession until 1999. We have a beautiful art museum, which hosts a variety of exhibits and educational programs and a state-of-the-art library that opened in 2002. Florence is the birthplace of W.C. Handy, Father of the Blues, and his home is now a museum; there's also a museum at a Native American burial mound, located near the banks of the Tennessee River. This is not the extent of our cultural life, by far! Our University, ...

Fort Payne

Fort Payne Fort Payne is located in the northeastern corner of Alabama. The town is an excellent base for exploring the Little River Canyon, now protected as a National Preserve. The Little River flows for most of its length atop Lookout Mountain. The river and canyon systems are spectacular Appalachian Plateau landscapes any season of the year. Forested uplands, waterfalls, canyon rims and bluffs, stream riffles and pools, boulders, and sandstone cliffs offer settings for a variety of recreational activities. Natural resources and cultural heritage come together to tell the story of the Preserve, a special place in the Southern Appalachians....

Gulf Shores

Gulf Shores The Gulf Shores area includes both the towns of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. The town of Orange Beach extends to the Florida state line. Most people do not realize it but the state of Alabama fronts on the Gulf of Mexico and has lovely sandy beaches in the Gulf Shores area. The only drawback to this area is the frequency of hurricanes where they have had several severe ones in the past 10 years....


Juneau Juneau (population of 32,000, as of 2004) is the Capital of Alaska. Juneau is a popular cruise port, but offers lots of options for non-cruise visitors, too. The city offers so many shore trips that you only have time for just a few, so pick carefully, or plan to return and stay longer to enjoy the amazing scenery, great hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing and enjoy the community. At the docks the passengers line the upper decks watching eagles who line up in the trees watching the cruise ships....


Nome Nome is said to be an abbreviation for No Name, and to many people it sounds like the end of the world - which it is. Nome sits at one of the westernmost points of the North American continent on Norton Sound of the Bering Sea, 102 miles south of the Arctic Circle and 160 miles east of Siberia. No highways connect Nome to the outside world, although there are about 300 miles of roads which lead to nearby villages. Nome is 539 air miles from Anchorage. Nome is unlike most other small isolated towns in Alaska in that it did not have its beginnings as an Eskimo settlement, although nearly half of the 3,500 inhabitants today are of Native American decent. The town was officially established in 1901, as a gold-rush boom...


Petersburg Petersburg.... The Little Norway of Alaska Petersburg was founded by a Norwegian and to this day it still celebrates its heritage by observing Norwegian Independence Day on May 17th with parades, races, games and events at the Sons of Norway Hall. The small tour boats which ply the Inside Passage stop at Petersburg for Norwegian dance demonstrations and local sea food. Until recently the major economic industries were commercial fishing and logging - but over the last 20 or so years logging has been on the decline - so now tourism is catching up with about 40,000 visitors a year. The population fluctuates around 3,000 people, less in the winter, and more in the summer when the salmon canneries employ many summer...




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