By Kristen Joseph
Alabama is known today as the southern state famous for pulled pork, fried pickles, and a football team that’s won over 15 national championships. But 200 years ago, Alabama was a much different place.
Native populations thrived upon the red soil until European settlers landed in the new world. From that moment until it officially gained statehood and still today, Alabama has played a prominent role U.S. history in events such as the Revolutionary War and the Civil Rights Movement.
Be on the lookout to grab your copy of “Events That Changed the Course of History: The Story of Alabama Becoming a State 200 Years Later”, coming soon to Amazon and learn more about the exciting history of this underdog state.