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  • Birmingham
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  • Mobile
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State of Alabama Total Population:
4,8 Million Residents

Capital City:

Largest Cities:
Birmingham: 212,157 - Montgomery: 200,022 - Mobile: 192,904
(Mobile and Huntsville - approximately the same number of population)

Bordering States:
Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee

About Alabama Public Records

Government agencies and law enforcement are required to make public records available. A public record in Alabama can be books, documents, files, papers, and other items developed or received by a public agency.

Personally identifiable details such as social security numbers, driver’s license number, bank statements, and ongoing criminal investigations are not public records in the state.

A Short History Of Alabama

In 1519, the Spanish explorer Alonso Alvarez de Pineda was the first European to arrive in the area. In 1702-1703, Fort Louis, the first European settlement, was established by the French. In 1763, the British gained control of the area.

In 1819, Alabama joined the union as the 22nd state. But 1.000s of years before that the region was occupied by North American Indians. In the 16th century, people from Europe reached the region. Cotton and slave labor were central to Alabama's economy during the first half of the 19th century. Alabama played a key role in the American Civil War. Montgomery was the Confederacy's first capital.

Following the war, segregation of blacks and whites prevailed throughout much of the South. Alabama was at the center of the American Civil Rights Movement in the mid-20th century.