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           Alabama Travel Guide

Welcome to USA Travel Magazine's Alabama Travel Guide, in which we share features on attractions, events, sports, and more to experience with family and friends. In December of 1819, Alabama became the 22nd state in the USA. The Capital of Montgomery once served as the Capital of the Confederate States of America, at a time when eleven of the Southern States seceded from the Union. It's also home to the first electric trolley streetcar, and, on your visit to Montgomery, and other cities across the state you'll discover many exciting attractions and events, along with recreation, and historic treasures, to enjoy!

Editor's Pick - Crooked Creek Civil War Museum And Park

Learn About The Battle Between Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and Union Colonel Abel Streight, who fought at Crooked Creek for hours. Among the rare artifacts found in the Crooked Creek Civil War Museum are a 1863 cooking pot, unit insignias, an authentic 1862 Allegheny Arsenal saddle, plus other Civil War saddles. There is also a Confederate Lorenz-Jager .72 carbine modified by Indians and other weapons. Crooked Creek Civil War Museum And Park - Full Story

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