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The Land of Alabama - John Hall

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During 2009, which has been designated as the Year of Alabama History, the Alabama Department of Archives and History is presenting a special series of lectures. These sequential lectures, which will be presented by leading experts in the field, will give you insight into the individuals and major events that shaped Alabama history. As we continue to add a new lecture each month, we will come one step closer to present day Alabama. >
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Please visit the Alabama Department of Archives and History for a listing of the titles in the 2009 series.

Click here for the PowerPoint slides used in this presentation.

Alabama Course of Study

Alabama Course of Study Social Studies 3rd Grade 2.) Describe physical characteristics, including landforms, bodies of water, soil, and vegetation of various places on Earth. Examples: -landforms -bodies of water -soil-vegetation Identifying processes of Earth, including continental drift, erosion, natural hazards, weather and climate 4th Grade 1.) Identify historical and current economic, political, and geographic information about Alabama on thematic maps. 4.) Describe the relationship of the five geographic regions of Alabama to the movement of Alabama settlers during the early nineteenth century. Examples: Describing the natural resources of Alabama Examples: water, trees, coal, iron, limestone, petroleum, natural gas, soil Describing the natural environment of Alabama Examples: wildlife, vegetation, climate, bodies of water 7th Grade Geography

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