Travel Journals

Read about our journey through Alabama
Lydia's Journal
Morgin's Journal

State Flag and Seal


State Bird, Flower, Tree


State Quarter

All Pictures are from:
Fournier, Eric J., and Martin T. Olliff. "Alabama." World Book Student. World Book, 2010. Web. 28 April 2010.

Other Information:

State Capital:

Historical Sites:
Tuskegee University and St. Stephens Historical Park
Rosa Parks Library and Museum and Fort Morgan

Highest Point:
Cheaha Mt. 2,407 feet tall

Lowest Point:
Coastline Sea-level

State or National Park:
Horseshoe Bend and Wind Creek St. Park
Oak Mountain and Bussa Cave

Famous People:
George Washington Carver and Hank Aaron
Rosa Parks and Helen Keller

College or University:
State University and University of Mobile
State University of Jacksonville and State university of Alabama

Professional Sporting Event:
Huntsville Stars and Huntsville Flight
South Alabama Jaguars and Alabama Crimson Tide

Largest Cities:
Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery, and Huntsville

Average Temperature:
Jan. 46 degrees, July 80 degrees Average Precipitation: 56 in.

Other Points of interest:
Riverchase Galleria, Bellingrath Gardens, Mobile Museum of Art, and US Space and Rocket Center
Mardi Grass Celebration , Battles for Amory , and Billets of Steel Energy.