So the discussion waxes hot, and the dusky alabamian has some fear, even, that his last day may be drawing very near.
Mr. Murphy is an alabamian, very familiar with Southern conditions.
He was evidently anxious to find himself a free agent, and this time even the alabamian did not seek to detain him.
My mother was born in Virginia and my father was an alabamian.
He was a true alabamian and could be neither scared nor driven.
Bowdon College, in Georgia, derived its name from this distinguished alabamian.
The alabamian for Spring is a magazine unique amongst the publications of the United.
All bade me good-bye, and my little alabamian assured me that he was proud of having been the first to assist me.
Rodes's alabamian's passed the abattis, touched the breastworks.
I never saw the alabamian again, though I heard from him once, as will appear hereafter.
created and named as a U.S. territory 1817 by a division of Mississippi Territory; ultimately named for one of the native peoples who lived there, who speak Muskogean. Their name probably is from a Choctaw term meaning "plant-cutters."
State in the southeastern United States bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west. Its capital is Montgomery, and its largest city is Birmingham.
Note: One of the Confederate states during the Civil War.