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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

41. State Governments Of The United States
state of alabama Home Page; state of Alaska Home Page; state of Arizona Home Page; stateof Wyoming Home Page The USA CityLink Project Links by states to cities.
State Governments of the United States
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center page of the states. You will find links to the home pages of each state government, plus U. S. territories and dependencies. The ISLMC is a preview site for librarians, teachers, parents and students. You can search this site, use an index or sitemap . Links updated 8/6/00
The States : General Links
Individual States U. S. Cities The States : General Links

42. Ed. Leadership & Policy Studies - Dr. Richard Kunkel
In 1991, the Governor of alabama named Kunkel to the as a long term evaluator to Citiesin Schools Northeast Missouri state College (now Truman state University
Educational Leadership/Administration

236 Stone Building
e-mail: Richard C. Kunkel serves as the Dean of the College of Education and Professor at the Florida State University. He assumed that position in July 2001. Kunkel was the Wayne T. Smith Distinguished Professor Educational Leadership and Dean of Education at Auburn University's College of Education from January 1, 1990 through June 2001. Previously, Kunkel served as Executive Director of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Evaluation (NCATE) beginning in 1984. Prior to this position, Kunkel served as Dean of the College of Education at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Kunkel chaired the Department of Education at St. Louis University and served as Assistant to the President. Earlier he held a faculty position in Curriculum and Instruction at Ball State University and in the Burris Laboratory School at the institution. He began his career in education as a high school social studies teacher and later served as a counselor and administrator. Particularly skilled in the areas of program evaluation and staff development, Kunkel has served as consultant to the U.S. AID programs, to Teacher Corps and teacher centers, to the Lilly Endowment and Danforth Foundation, the Missouri Governor's Conference on Education, and as a long term evaluator to Cities in Schools and various bilingual and Hispanic education projects.

43. Alabama State Publications Task Force: State Government Publications
cities INDEX, alabama, http// CITY BOARDS OF EDUCATION,http// Codeofalabama/1975/126032.htm.
Electronic Resources for
Alabama State Government Publications Select a letter or scan the list:

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44. City Of Dothan, Alabama - Administrative - Sister City
City Schools, Fort Rucker, Southeast alabama Medical Center District, the DowntownGroup, Troy state University Dothan to complete the union as Sister cities.
City Manager
DOTHAN, ALABAMA 36302 City of Dothan Sister City Program
Sister City Program

Dothan - Sakado, Japan Sister City Program

Japanese Sister City Student Delegation Visits Dothan

Dothan - Alajuela, Costa Rica Sister City Program
Dothan Receives International Sister City Award

Sister City Program Dothan is an active participant in Sister Cities International , a citizen based diplomacy organization. Sister Cities International was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to involve people and organized groups at all levels of our society in personal citizen diplomacy with the hope that people-to-people relationships, fostered through sister city, county and state affiliations, would lessen the chance of future world conflicts. Dothan is a sister city of Sakado, Japan, and Alajuela, Costa Rica. These partnerships provide the citizens of Dothan the opportunity to experience other cultures through exchange programs. Our motto is, "

45. The Depot - A Link To The Past And A Bridge To The Future.
Movement has established in various alabama cities and towns to our local community,the state, and potential linked to The University of alabama through its
The Depot is an historic area in the heart of the West Alabama King Cotton History Center , Gin House, Civil Rights Museum HOME HISTORY RESOURCES MAP DONATIONS Hale County ’s Safe House Historic Museum of Greensboro, AL
Tucked in the heart of the west Alabama Black Belt region between antebellum plantations and a large cotton gin and warehouse, you will find the Safe House - the site of one of the country's first museums of the struggle for human rights in the rural South and one of the most significant African American historical and cultural institutions in existence today.
Located in Hale County , the most historically distinct area made famous by its strategic role in the Cotton Kingdom and, more recently known as the Catfish Capitol of Alabama. Our house museum is part of the Depot Historic District which is comprised of five buildings related to and used by the Safe House, where Martin Luther King Jr. lodged: the Greensboro Warehouse Co. Cotton Gin; a common house of a Cotton Gin worker; the Underground Railroad Club, pictorially chronicled by noted photographer House of Style Beauty Parlor, where Movement matters were discussed and organized, old Negro Baseball League grounds, the nearby Emory School and Oak Grove (Rosenwald) School, and acres of pines, native flora and fauna. On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the West Alabama Black Belt Community, we welcome you to our family.

46. St. Cloud State Universty Undergraduate Bulletin
1967, Western Michigan University; Ph.D. 1998, University of alabama Email CloudState University. 1987, Ph.D. 1991, University of Minnesota-Twin cities E-mail

47. The Teacher's Corner - Teacher Resources - Lesson Plans
What state Are You In? Grades 35 Students practice and review knowledge of majorUS cities. state Books alabama Facts and Symbols (McAuliffe, Emily.
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48. Socst4
state government • Executive • Judicial • Legislative • Local government• cities • Counties. the Civil Rights Movement in alabama.
Fourth Grade
Alabama History and Geography
Alabama History and Geography is a year-long course that serves as the introduction to chronological history for Fourth Grade students. This course builds on the concepts and appreciation of history and geography that students have gained in previous studies. Students acquire skills for reading, interpreting, and analyzing historical materials in textbooks, literature, documents, and other primary sources. Students will present information in both written and oral form; apply problem-solving and critical-thinking procedures; use maps, globes, charts, and graphs; and understand time and chronology related to Alabama’s history.
THE FIRST FOUR CONTENT STANDARDS ARE APPLIED THROUGHOUT THE COURSE. Map and Globe Skills Students will 1. Extend the development of map and globe skills. • Features: Extend knowledge of symbolic systems through work with various thematic maps of Alabama.
Examples of natural characteristics: weather/climate maps, physical-relief maps, land-cover maps
Examples of human characteristics: transportation maps, political boundary maps, economic development maps, land-use maps

49. Alabama State University
It is not far from other metropolitan cities such as 3 natural sciences, 3 socialstudies, and 2 Contact Director of Admissions, alabama state University, PO

50. Planning - Alabama Association Of Regional Councils
Regional councils in alabama have traditionally provided the a recent statewide surveyof cities and counties state Planning Under state law, regional councils
Calendar Links Job Listings Contact Us ... News Planning Programs
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Planning is the reason most regional councils exist. In the mid-60's, local governments were either: Required to have community and "areawide plans" to qualify for grants-in-aid; or
Were provided increased federal assistance if projects conformed with existing plans.
This direct incentive for planning no longer exists but there is a continued need to plan for the replacement of services and facilities and to meet new demands brought on by growth. Regional councils can provide five (5) types of planning services. They are: Local Planning
Many communities started local planning programs through the use of Housing and Urban Development 701 Planning Assistance Funds. This matching program enabled local communities to use federal and local dollars to prepare comprehensive plans, zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations, and certain types of special studies. Regional councils in Alabama have traditionally provided the professionally qualified staff to perform this type of work. Although the "701 Program" has been terminated a recent statewide survey of cities and counties showed a continued demand for local comprehensive planning.

51. NewsDirectory: City Governments
Links to over 1900 official US city government sites, sorted by state and telephone area code.Category Regional North America Government Municipal Government...... Browse by state alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas See also County Governments stateGovernments. All Subjects
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52. NewsDirectory: City Governments: Alabama
also in alabama County Governments state Government. alabama online NewspapersTelevision Travel Colleges.
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53. Local Case Studies, Florida--Florida Forever Initiative: The Trust For Public La
Select state . Local Case studies. is the fact that TPL helped secure $720 millionfor urban parks and open space in our state's cities.

54. Other Women's Centers
alabama University of alabama Women's Resource Center. Cloud state University Women'sCenter. University of Minnesota, Twin cities, Office for University Women.
Home Become a Friend! Supporters About the Women's Center ... Women of Color Network Campus Women's Centers in the United States These are just some of the hundreds of University Women's Centers around the United States. Check out what women around the U.S. are doing to better their own campuses. The list is arranged by state and then alphabetically. Alabama Alaska Arizona California ... Wyoming Alabama Alaska Arizona California Back to Top Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia

55. National Sea Grant Program: 30th Anniversary - The Sea Grant Network
Northwestern Michigan College University of Michigan Wayne state University. ofMinnesota, Duluth University of Minnesota, Twin cities. MISSISSIPPIalabama.
National Sea Grant College Program Network
841 National Press Building
529 14th Street NW
Washington D.C. 20045-2277
Thirty years of careful growth and development has spawned 30 Sea Grant programs, including more than 350 participating institutions in 35 states, U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia, as well as internationally. Participating programs and institutions include:
ALASKA Sheldon Jackson College
University of Alaska Anchorage
University of Alaska Fairbanks
University of Alaska Southeast CALIFORNIA SGCP, UCSD Bodega Marine Laboratory, University of California, Davis California Institute of Technology California Polytechnic University California State University-Fresno California State University-Fullerton California State University-Hayward California State University-Long Beach California State University-Los Angeles California State University, Monterey Bay

56. Spindler Public Budgeting Public Finance Health Finance Lottery Gambling Public
The case of GRS, Policy studies Review vol elimination of General Revenue Sharing,Stateand Local Population Growth and Decline in alabama's cities and Counties
Research is an important part of Auburn University's overall mission. If you share a research interest or would like more information on this research, please contact me below.
Academic Publications
Spindler, C. J., State Lotteries and Education: Robbing Peter to pay Paul. Public Budgeting and Finance vol. 15, no. 3 (Fall) 1995: 54-62. Spindler, C. J., Mercedes Benz and Alabama: Winners and Losers in Industrial Recruitment. State and Local Government Review . vol. 26, no 3. (Fall) 1994: 192-204. Spindler, C.J. and K. Klase, The Impact of Changing Intergovernmental Revenues on Municipal Construction Expenditures:A Time Series Analysis, Public Budgeting and Financial Management , vol. 5 no. 3, 1993: 597-625. Spindler, C.J. and J. Forrester. Economic Development Policy: An Analysis of Two Models, Urban Affairs Quarterly vol. 29 no. 1, (September) 1993: 28-53. Spindler, C.J. and K. J Ward Comparative Revenue Systems (book chapter) in Handbook of Comparative Budgeting and Financial Management , T. Lynch and L. Martin, eds. New York: Marcel Decker. 1993: 9-68.

57. USA - Version Texte
Florence); University of Southern alabama (Mobile) French. Oakland state University(Rochester) - Section de of Minnesota - Twin cities Camps (Minneapolis
USA Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Delaware Florida Georgia Hawai

58. Information The Gulf Of Mexico
Government, History, Recreation, Weather, alabama cities Index, alabama http//;Louisiana; Mississippi state Government.

59. Alabama Hazard Mitigation Plan
level, in communities, towns, and cities where impacts This state of alabama HazardMitigation Plan describes well as measures identified by state, county, and
Alabama Coastal Hazards Assessment
Hazard Mitigation Strategies
Alabama Hazard Mitigation Plan Summary
The state mitigation plan addresses long-term, permanent solutions to the problems caused by natural disasters. Alabama designed the plan in order to focus on disasters before, during, and after they occur. The state mitigation plan is an umbrella for the local plans that will be required for future mitigation grant programs. Mitigation begins at the local level, in communities, towns, and cities where impacts of damaging events are first felt. Local mitigation planning will focus community attention on development issues prior to a disaster, ensuring participation in a more proactive sense. Through participation in the hazard mitigation planning process, local entities will posses the capability to identify, take advantage of, and implement mitigation strategies. Active hazard mitigation in a community also contributes to public safety and welfare, economic development, and environmental protection. This State of Alabama Hazard Mitigation Plan describes each major hazard that poses a significant risk to the state, including historical background, vulnerability, exposure and potential loss. It covers mitigation efforts that are designed to reduce damage. The mitigation opportunities include the measures contained in past disaster-specific 409 plans, Interagency Hazard Mitigation Reports, and strategy reports, as well as measures identified by state, county, and city officials and volunteer emergency response organizations. Although the plan provides recommendations that address ice storms, tornadoes, and earthquakes, we will only focus on those hazards that most directly affect the coast ( flooding, hurricanes, dam safety).

60. Web Sites & Descriptions
a state and then travel to its cities or pick alabama Department of Archives and History. Coloradostate of Colorado; Colorado Cybertourist includes useful links
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The 50 States of the United States
1. All of the States-Together . . . For general information about the states, try these sites:

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