1. Alabama is bordered by what US State to the north?
2. What state borders Alabama to the east?
D. North Dakota.
3. Where does the state of Alabama rank for population with the other US States?
4. Alabama has one of the longest navigable inland waterways in the country with
how many miles?
5. From the American Civil War until World War II, Alabama suffered from
economic hardship, in part because of continued dependence on what?
6. Alabama is unofficially nicknamed the "what" State, after the state bird?
7. What is Alabama's state tree?
A. Alabama Pine
B. Douglas Fir
C. Ponderosa Pine
D. Longleaf Pine
8. What is the state flower of Alabama?
9. What is the capital of the state of Alabama?
10. Charcoal from indigenous camp fires in Alabama's Russell Cave in Jackson
County have been dated as early as what?
A. 6550 to 6145
B. BC., 6750 to 6550
C. 6145 to 5950
D. 5950 to 5700
11. The word Alabama is believed to have come from what Indian language?
12. The Moundville Archaeological Site in Hale County was occupied by Native
Americans of the Mississippian culture for what time period?
A. 1,000 BC to 1,550 BC
B. 800 AD to 1350 AD
C. 1000 AD to 1450 AD
D. 1,500 AD to 1,750 AD
13. In the 16th century, what nationality were the first European explorers to
14. The explorer, Hernando de Soto, traveled through parts of what would become
Alabama in what year?
15. After the United States victory in the American Revolutionary War, the
territory was divided between the United States and what country?
16. Before Mississippi was admitted as a state the more sparsely settled eastern
half of the territory was separated and named what?
A. Tuscaloosa Territory
B. The Alabama Territory
C. Republic of West Florida
D. Yazoo lands
17. The U.S. Congress selected what city as the site for the first
Constitutional Convention of Alabama after it was approved to become the 22nd
18. Cahaba was the first permanent state capital of Alabama from 1820 to what
19. At the time that Alabama was admitted to the Union, settlers and land
speculators were rushing into the state to take advantage of land for the
cultivation of what crop?
A. Soy Beans
20. On what date did Alabama declared its secession from the Union?
A. January 11, 1861
B. January 27, 1861
C. January 11, 1860
D. January 27, 1862
21. How many troops did the state of Alabama provide to the confederacy?
22. By 1860, the population of Alabama was 964,201 people and of those people
about how many were slaves?
23. By 1860, the population of Alabama was 964,201 people and of those people
about how many were slaves?
24. In what year were Alabama's slaves freed due to the 13th Amendment?
25. In the state of Alabama, what year were Railroad passenger cars were
26. In 1900, Alabama had more than 181,000 African Americans eligible to vote,
but by 1903, only how many were qualified to register because of Jim Crow laws?
27. The constitution written in 1901, required what to be racially segregated?
D. All of the above
28. By the 1920s, Birmingham was the 19th-largest city in the United States and
had more than what percentage of the Alabama's population?
29. Between the years 1940 and 1943, how many people migrated to the city to
find work for war effort?
30. How big is Alabama in square miles?
31. A 5-mile (8 km)-wide meteorite impact crater is located in Elmore County
called the Wetumpka crater, that resulted from an impact from how many years
A. 95 million
B. 50 million
C. 80 million
D. 140 million
32. What is the average yearly snowfall for the Birmingham area?
A. 6 inches
B 4 inches
C. 3 inches
D. 2 inches
33. Alabama's What is the highest temperature recorded for the state of Alabama,
on September 5, 1925 in Centerville?
A. 110 °F.
B. 112 °F.
C. 114 °F.
D. 116 °F.
34. What is the lowest temperature recorded for the state?
A. −25 °F
B. −27 °F
C. −29 °F
D. −31 °F
35. How many counties does the state of Alabama have?