Alabama

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A state of the United States of Dæmonica Alabama's name originates from a tribal chief of the Creek Indians, who were indigenous to the region. Chief Al Bama-Rama-Na-Na-Na-Na-Rama-Da-Ling-Dong was considered a great asset to early settlers, by showing them how to survive off the land by eating "dogat-kill" (roadkill). Long after the chief was driven from his native land by the white man, settlers decided to pay the chief homage, thusly naming their new land Alabama.

Alabama became the 22nd state of the union 1819, mainly due to the fact that many of the residents had difficulty counting past 22.

In 1861, Alabama seceded from the Union and became a Confederate State. After four years of war and a few years of reconstruction, Alabama was finally readmitted to the union in 1868. VSD.jpg USofD.PNG