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  1. New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860-1910 (Fred W. Morrison Series in Southern Studies) by Don H. Doyle, 1990-02-01
  2. "The Most Segregated City in America": City Planning and Civil Rights in Birmingham, 1920-1980 (Center Books) by Charles E. Connerly, 2005-06-21
  3. Cities of Silence: A Guide to Mobile's Historic Cemeteries by John Sledge, Sheila Hagler, 2002-01-01
  4. The Tragedy and the Triumph of Phenix City, Alabama.(Review) (book review): An article from: The Mississippi Quarterly by Lee E. Ii Williams, 1999-12-22
  5. Cotton City: Urban Development in Antebellum Mobile by Harriet E. Amos Doss, 2001-07-02
  6. Dixie City: a portrait of political leadership (University of Alabama. Bureau of Public Administration. Publications) by Robert T Daland, 1956
  7. Economic and social feasibility of revitalizing downtown Troy: A study for the city of Troy, Alabama (Monograph - Center for Business and Economic Services, Troy State University) by William Henry Smith, 1976
  8. Needs: A study to determine the needs of low income groups within the city of Troy, Alabama (Monograph - Center for Business and Economic Services, Troy State University) by James E Dykes, 1977
  9. A town planning study of Vredenburgh, Alabama by H. K Francis, 1944
  10. Egotopia: Narcissism and the New American Landscape by John Miller, 1999-05-04
  11. Breaking New Ground: The History of the Autauga Quality Cotton Association by Faye Gibbons, 1993-08
  12. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Freedom Movement (Makers of America) by Lillie Patterson, 1993-09
  13. The Second Battle of New Orleans: A History of the Vieux CarrñE Riverfront Expressway Controversy by Richard O. Baumbach, 1980-11

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University, Ashland, Ohio; Auburn University, Auburn, alabama; Portland state University,Urban Center, Portland, Oregon (PDF of Minnesota, Twin cities Duluth

22. Young Americans - Overview
Most of the information, studies, and reports fall into Technology Gap Action Ideasfor cities states Honorable H. Mac Gipson, Jr., alabama state House of
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Introduction to Bridging the Technology Gap
Action Ideas for Cities and States
At a time when technology is dramatically changing the lives of young people and their families, city and state decisionmakers are grappling with how to provide leadership and allocate resources in the technology arena. In contrast to the high priority placed on technology policy by the Clinton Administration, the Bush Administration has put far less emphasis on this rapidly evolving arena. The Administration's recent focus on the war on terrorism reinforces this situation. It is left to states and local communities to take needed leadership.
The Children's Partnership's research in the technology policy world suggests that many city and state leaders understand that leadership is needed, and some are beginning to develop policy responses. However, relatively little systematic information exists across cities and states about what is being done to address technology issues, particularly with regard to children and families in underserved areas. What information does exist focuses on technology policy and practice in schools, leaving out the all-important developments affecting technology access and use in local communities.
Therefore, we focus here on actions cities and states are taking to address the

23. The Graduate School Of International Studies At The University Of Denver
LOCATIONS AND OTHER US cities Nonprofits Air Command and Staff College (alabama)Lecturer, University of Chile) Lecturer, Illinois state University Normal

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    DENVER Nonprofit Sector Executive Administrator of Government Affairs, Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry Program Manager, Colorado International Trade Office Coordinator of Membership Outreach, Colorado Rural Health Center Research Assistant, Colorado Health Professions Panel Outreach Coordinator, Correction Connection
    Public Sector Spanish Teacher, Steamboat Springs High School Social Worker, Denver Department of Social Services Project Leader, National Renewable Energy Lab Analyst, Colorado Office of Budget and Planning
    Universities International Student Advisor, University of Denver Campaign Assistant, University of Denver Lecturer, Colorado State University

24. St. Barnabas Social Studies
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25. Religious Studies And Theology Programs In North America
Stillman College; University of alabama; University of Oak Hills Christian College;Saint Cloud state University; Olaf College; University of Minnesota, Twin cities;
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Link to Religious Studies Programs in Canada Alabama
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  • 26. Social Studies Links
    Are you trying to find information on individual cities that you've labeled on yourmap Information on your state. alabama, Idaho, Michigan, New York, Tennessee.
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    Try City Link Information on your state. They're not all listed, but the list is growing. If you come across a useful site, please let me know so I can add it to the list! Alaska Hawaii Massachusetts New Mexico South Dakota Alabama Idaho Michigan New York Tennessee Arizona Illinois Minnesota North Carolina Texas Arkansas Indiana Mississippi North Dakota Utah California Iowa Missouri Ohio Vermont Colorado Kansas Montana Oklahoma Virginia Connecticut Kentucky Nebraska Oregon Washington Delaware Louisiana Nevada Pennsylvania West Virginia Florida Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Wisconsin Georgia Maryland New Jersey South Carolina Wyoming
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    27. Related Alabama History Links
    Wow Works City Guide; alabama cities Index AfricanNative American Genealogy HomePage; American Indian Tribesindex by state NEWSPAPERS. alabama Colleges Online
    The vast majority of links listed on this page are to web sites other than that of the Alabama Department of Archives and History. We have included links to other sites as a service to visitors who share an interest in Alabama history and related topics. We try to keep all links current, but unfortunately this is not always possible. If you are aware of a noncurrent or nonfunctioning link, or you want to suggest a link to another site, please contact Debbie Pendleton Statewide Alabama Resources Genealogy: Alabama Resources Genealogy: General Resources ... Patriotic Societies

    28. U.S. Universities, By State
    Directory of US Universities organized by state. Includes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Web U.S. Universities, by state alabama A M University. alabama state University. Athens state University Monterey Institute of International studies. Mount St. Mary's College
    Web U.S. Universities, by State
    (list also available organized alphabetically This page of UT Austin Web Central contains a list of regionally-accredited U.S. universities organized by state. Only one server is listed for each campus: the primary central server. In the absence of a central server, another server may be selected. Here's a form to add a university . Also see What's New This list includes only 4-year institutions; 2-year branch campuses of 4-year institutions are listed on the Web U.S. Community Colleges page. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Other Resources Alabama
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  • Alaska Bible College
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  • American Graduate School of International Management
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  • Arkansas Baptist College
  • Arkansas State University, Jonesboro
  • 29. NewsDirectory: City Governments: States
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    30. Status Of Electric Industry Restructuring By State
    restructuring in the state of alabama. They will continue that all consumers in alabama would continue to receive Investigative studies. 10/00 The Staff Electric Industry
    Home Electricity Electricity Publications Status of State Electric Industry Restructuring Activity
    Status of State Electric Industry Restructuring Activity
    as of February 2003
    (Next release of data on March 2003)
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    Stranded Costs Public Benefits Programs Pilot Programs ... Additional Information Alabama Regulatory Orders Following the recommendations in Interim Report No.1, the PSC scheduled hearings to address two key issues: whether electric power industry restructuring for competition is in the best interests of the consumers in Alabama and the regulatory authority of the PSC in a market-based system. Final comments were filed in response to the PSC June 1998 Order soliciting comments on electric utility industry restructuring. As a result, Interim Report No. 1 was issued by the Task Force in September 1999.

    it is the first major national park in alabama. owned land, which includes DeSotoState Park, will ongoing cooperative agreements with the cities of Tuscaloosa
    Index of Subjects
    The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has offices in every State, thus providing a local presence and facilitating relations with the public and private sectors, academia, and Federal, State, and local agencies. This widely distributed network of scientific personnel is a resource that provides a valuable and nationally consistent, long-term earth science information base. This Fact Sheet describes several of the USGS activities in Alabama.
    Flood Magnitude and Frequency
    Floods are a natural hazard in Alabama. Damage from severe floods cannot be averted completely, but with sound hydrologic information, reliable estimates of peak river stages and discharge can be made, and communities can be warned of impending danger. With accurate estimates of flood magnitude and frequency, planners and managers can improve the design of highway bridges and culverts, determine locations for water- and wastewater-treatment facilities, prepare zoning ordinances, and establish flood-insurance rates. The USGS has developed methods of estimating peak discharges for floods of various recurrence intervals for rural streams in Alabama not affected by regulation or urbanization. Flood-frequency characteristics have been defined for 200 streamflow-gaging stations that have 10 or more years of record through September 1991.

    32. Alabama
    state/Local Planning Initiatives Smart Growth in alabama To date, alabama hasnot Its cities and counties are allowed, but not mandated, to undertake

    33. Bomis: The US/Alabama/Cities/Athens/Education/Athens State University Ring
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  • 34. Poly-Cy Guide To Internet Resources For Political Science - State
    state of the cities Data Systems. National League of cities; US Conference of IndividualCounty and City Resources alabama; Alaska; Arizona; Arkansas;

    35. Poly-Cy Guide To Internet Resources For Political Science - State Government
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    36. What Is The League?
    To encourage in the people of alabama a sympathetic enactment of legislation, atboth the state and federal levels, which will enable all cities and towns to
    A LABAMA L EAGUE OF M UNICIPALITIES P.O. Box 1270, Montgomery, AL, 36102 • (334) 262-2566 • FAX: (334) 263-0200 Municipal Journal
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    The Alabama League of Municipalities, in conjunction with the Municipal Code Corporation, has created a reference manual for Alabama Constitution and statutory provisions that relate to Municipal Government. This Manual will be updated and reprinted each year. It is available as a paper bound hard copy, on CD-ROM or FTP, and via the Internet by clicking here Navigation Tools Home C alendar Training Opportunitie ... s Federal State News League Information League Programs League Endorsed Programs Federal Legislation State Legislation Research Tools Membership Services

    37. Water Resources
    Approximately 73% of the water withdrawn in alabama each year is used for electricpower cities and small towns throughout the state benefit from
    Water Resources Program at the Geological Survey of Alabama
    Residential and industrial use of the state's water resources continue to increase. During the last 50 years, per capita use of water has increased 150%. In 1995 about 7.1 billion gallons of water was withdrawn daily in Alabama from surface-water and ground-water sources. This figure represents about 1,725 gallons per day for each person in the state. Approximately 73% of the water withdrawn in Alabama each year is used for electric power generation.
    The Survey monitors and keeps records of water well usage, ground-water levels, and water quality. Currently, hydrogeologists are studying several watersheds throughout the state, such as Flint Creek, the Choctawhatchee-Pea-Yellow Rivers system, and Lightwood Knot Creek, to help solve water supply and quality problems.
    Cities and small towns throughout the state benefit from aquifer supply (ground-water) studies and maps compiled by Survey geologists and hydrogeologists. For example, city planners are using the results of the Eutaw Formation aquifer study to accommodate rapid urban growth and increased water demand in and around Montgomery.
    The Survey has evaluated aquifers for supplying ever increasing population needs in several cities throughout the coastal plain and has identified recharge areas of wells for public supply systems. In a study for the city of Douglas, where water availability is a growing concern, the Survey located new ground-water supplies. In all, almost 40 cities and towns, including Clio, Dothan, Enterprise, Eufaula, Lemoyne, West Blocton, and many more, are using wellhead protection studies by Survey geologists to protect their ground-water supplies.

    38. Doctoral Programs.html
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    39. Department Of English - American Studies
    University of alabama Tuscaloosa, alabama http// College of Oneonta, StateUniversity of New York to Niagara Falls, Toronto, and cities on eastern
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    To find out more, simply click on the links to the American University web-sites, or see below for a quick reference check on figures and local features. University: Local
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    Salem, Oregon
    Enrolment: 2,500 Second largest city in Oregon. Theatres, rugged coastline, Mt. Hood and Mt. Bachelor and Cascades University of Utah
    Salt Lake City, Utah
    Enrolment: 25,000 Major Arts Centre, spectacular setting beneath Wasatch Mountains, near Great Salt Lake and Desert. Hiking and Skiing. Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Enrolment Innovative teaching strategies, foot of Rockies, excellent outdoor pursuits, two hours Denver University of Alabama
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama
    Enrolment Major Arts Centre, in heart of the South, 150 miles New Orleans Utica, College of Syracuse University

    40. EasyFunSchool - Alabama - A State Unit Study - Article Archives - Free Unit Stud
    3. Show important cities situated near these resources on your map http// member,the travel guides for each state hold a
    Alabama - A State Unit Study This mini unit on ALABAMA uses the cross curricular approach to education. There are several activities from different academic subjects for you to choose from. One of the most important things is to have fun! Below are some activities to help you study ALABAMA. You may choose to do all, some, or none of the activities. You can also alter the activities to better suit your individual child's needs. Some of these activities overlap each other, choose the one you think that you and the children will enjoy most. The main point of this unit is to make learning about ALABAMA and enjoyable for all who are participating. Alabama's State Flag A crimson St. Andrew's cross on a white field, patterned after the Confederate Battle Flag, and adopted in 1895. The bars forming the cross must not be less than six inches broad and must extend diagonally across the flag from side to side. Flag adopted 1895. Create a State "Infodesk": Before you begin this unit you may want to set up a research area. Place a desk or table in front of a bulletin board area. This will be where you can place relevant books, magazines, photographs, posters, newspaper articles, maps, scrapbooks, games, puzzles, computer software, task cards, travel brochures, etc. that you collect. Print a blank map of the state, or draw one on tag board, that you can place on the bulletin board. As you study the political and physical features of the state, have the children fill in the name of the state capital, large cities, and major geographical features. Color the map using different shades for varying elevations.

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