Alabama (disambiguation)

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'''Alabama''' may refer to:  
 
'''Alabama''' may refer to:  
  
*[[Portal:Alabama|Alabama]], a southern state of the United States  
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=== Places  ===
*Alabama, [[Genesee County, New York|Genessee]], New York
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==== A Territory or State<br> ====
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*[[Alabama|Alabama]], a southern state of the United States
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:'''Alabama''' may also refer to:
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==== A Municipality  ====
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*{{FHL|Alabama%2C+Etowah%2C+Alabama+City|subject|disp=Alabama City}}, Etowah, Alabama
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*{{FHL|New+York%2C+Genesee%2C+Alabama|subject|disp=Alabama}}, Genesee, New York
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==== A River  ====
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alabama_River Alabama River], formed by a confluence of the Coosa and Talapoosa rivers near Montgomery, Alabama, flowing west, and southwest to join the Tombigbee River to form the Mobile River emptying into Mobile Bay, Gulf of Mexico.<br>
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=== People  ===
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*[[Oklahoma Indian Tribes|Alabama]], a Native American group, one of the tribes of the Creek Confederacy.
  
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Contents

Alabama may refer to:

Places

A Territory or State

  • Alabama, a southern state of the United States
Alabama may also refer to:

A Municipality

A River

  • Alabama River, formed by a confluence of the Coosa and Talapoosa rivers near Montgomery, Alabama, flowing west, and southwest to join the Tombigbee River to form the Mobile River emptying into Mobile Bay, Gulf of Mexico.

People

  • Alabama, a Native American group, one of the tribes of the Creek Confederacy.