All About Alabama<br />Andrew Zhao<br />MICDS<br />3B<br />2009<br />
Song Of Alabama<br />The song of Alabama is Alabama. Here is a tune.<br />
Symbols<br />http://www.50states.com/bird/yehammer.htm<br />The yellowhammer is Alabama’s state bird.<br />The state reptile is the red bellied turtle.<br />The tree of Alabama is the southern longleaf pine.<br />Alabama state mammal is the black bear.<br />The state fruit is the blackberry.<br />The state rock is the marble.<br />The state flower is the camellia.<br />
Bordering States , flag And Seal<br />There are 4 states bordering Alabama. They’re Florida , Georgia ,Mississippi and Tennessee.<br />Here is Alabama’s state flag and seal.<br />http://worldbookonline.com/student/article?id=ar010280&st=alabama<br />
Stuff From Alabama<br />At first the mostly grew stuff like cotton. Then in 1900 they raised other crops. Iron and steel are made in Birmingham and it’s the biggest city in Alabama. <br />This is steel^<br />
Agriculture , manufacturing and natural resources.<br />Agriculture : beef cattle, broilers, cotton, eggs, greenhouse, nursery products and peanuts.<br />Manufacturing: chemicals, food products, paper products, primary metal products and transportation equipment.<br />Mining: coal, limestone, natural gas, petroleum, portland cement.<br />
Facts<br />Year state was a state:1819<br />State motto: we dare defend our rights<br /> Popular State nickname : The Heart of Dixie<br />Average July temperature:80 °F (27 °C).<br />Average January temperature:46 °F (8 °C).<br />Average yearly precipitation:56 in.(142cm.)<br />
The Climate<br />Sometimes hurricanes can go in Alabama. There is lots of rain in Alabama.<br />The winters in Alabama are warmer and shorter then Missouri winters. The summers are long and hot. <br />The average July temperature is 80°F(27°C)<br />The average January temperature is 46°F(8°C)<br />The yearly precipitation is 56 in. (142 cm.).<br />
The Topography in Alabama<br />The northern part of Alabama is hilly. The central and southern part of Alabama is almost all plains. The southwest part has swampy beaches. The Appalachian Mountains are here in this map.<br />
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