Dataset with more than 59k points of interest of the Alabama state.
The state of Alabama has 4.9 million inhabitants. It has a small coastline on the Gulf of Mexico. The capital is Montgomery. At the time of Europeans' arrival, Alabama's current territory was populated mainly by chickasaws, cherokees, creeks and choctaws. The Spaniards began to explore the territory in 1519. The French founded the first European settlement, in 1702, in Fort Louis, in the present County of Mobile. The first African slaves arrived in 1719. In 1763, the French ceded their part of the territory to the British. In 1783, Spain took over the Mobile area, under the Treaty of Paris, and the United States took over the rest of the territory. In 1813, the USA expelled the Spaniards from the area. During this process, there were battles with the Indians until 1832.
This is a comprehensive database with with more than 59k records with the points of interest of Alabama State. Examples of points of interest are cities, villages, forests, touristic attractions, parks, roads, lakes, etc. The following fields are available for each point of interest:
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June 10, 2020
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