Self Storage in Alabama

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Storage Facilities in Alabama
Looking for a storage facility in Alabama? This bustling southern state also known as "The Heart of Dixie" is located in the middle of the southeastern part of America where that is renowned for its Southern hospitality, cultural attractions and rich history.

Living in Alabama can also be made more enjoyable by taking advantage of the convenience that storage facilities provide. With your valued possessions safe and sound in a storage unit, there's nothing left for you to do but sit back, relax and enjoy all that Alabama has to offer.

Origin of State's Name: Alabama is named by early European settlers after the Alabama River. It is believed that the name comes from the Indian tribe that lived in the territory, which was spelled "Alibamu," "Alibamo" and even "Limamu."

Capital City: Montgomery is the capital of Alabama.

Population: As of 2009, the US Census Bureau estimates that the population of Alabama is home to 4.7 million residents.

Driving: To learn more about testing requirements, driver's license applications and driver's manuals, please visit: Alabama Department of Revenue's Motor Vehicle Division website.

Agriculture and Industry: Referred to as "The Cotton State," Alabama also produces grains, peanuts, corn, vegetables and sorghum. Other goods that are exported from Alabama include: beef, eggs, poultry and dairy products. Alabama is also home to a strong industrial base, and one of its fastest-growing sectors is the manufacture of automobiles. Alabama is also the largest supplier of cast-iron and steel pipe products.

State Bird: The state bird of Alabama is the yellowhammer, which is another unofficial nickname of the state.

State Tree: The Southern Longleaf Pine is the state tree.

State Flower: The Camelia is the state flower.

State Song: The state song is "Alabama." Its lyrics were written by Julia Tutwiler, and the music was written by Edna Gockel Gussen.

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Alabama - Interesting Facts
  • Workers from Alabama were involved in building the first rocket that brought the man on the moon.
  • The oldest county in Alabama is Washington County.
  • Mardi Gras was first introduced in Alabama.

Alabama - Famous People
Many celebrated people were born in Alabama, and many more have called it their home. Well-known Alabama residents have included authors Truman Capote, Helen Keller, Harper Lee and Zelda Fitzgerald, sports stars Hank Aaron, Joe Lewis and Willie Mays, musicians Jimmy Buffet, Nat King Cole, Hank Williams, Tammy Wynette, Sonny James and Lionel Richie and actresses Tallulah Bankhead and Courtney Cox, comedienne Paula Poundstone.

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