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John Coffee - military aide to General Andrew Jackson during Creek War, later was one of the principal founders of Florence, Alabama

John Coffee - military aide to General Andrew Jackson during Creek War, later was one of the principal founders of Florence, Alabama

General Andrew Jackson defeated Red Stick Creek forces at Horseshoe Bend in Talladega County, Alabama in March 1814

General Andrew Jackson defeated Red Stick Creek forces at Horseshoe Bend in Talladega County, Alabama in March 1814

Andrew Dexter - a transplanted New England lawyer who was one of the founders of the city of Montgomery, Alabama in the early 1800s

Andrew Dexter - a transplanted New England lawyer who was one of the founders of the city of Montgomery, Alabama in the early 1800s

General John Floyd of Georgia led American forces in battles at Autossee and Calabee Creek in Alabama during the Creek War of 1813-14

General John Floyd of Georgia led American forces in battles at Autossee and Calabee Creek in Alabama during the Creek War of 1813-14

Confederate general Stonewall Jackson. Considered a shrewd tactician, Jackson served in several campaigns, but during the Battle of Chancellorsville he was accidentally shot by his own troops, losing an arm to amputation. He died of complications of pneumonia eight days later, quickly becoming celebrated as a hero in the South.

Confederate general Stonewall Jackson. Considered a shrewd tactician, Jackson served in several campaigns, but during the Battle of Chancellorsville he was accidentally shot by his own troops, losing an arm to amputation. He died of complications of pneumonia eight days later, quickly becoming celebrated as a hero in the South.

John Paul White and Donnie Fritts Share Their Thanks for Alabama

Making Music in Alabama - The Place I'm Thankful For

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