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Vintage Alabama Maps
Alabama became a state in 1819, and countless beautiful, antique maps illustrate its history.

You’ll find a number of old Alabama maps in our archives, including Jefferson, Mobile, Madison, Montgomery, Shelby, Baldwin, Tuscaloosa, Lee, Morgan, and Calhoun.The most requested designs for the state are for the cities of Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, Dothan, Decatur, Auburn, and Madison.

If you are looking for a map for a specific Alabama city and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we’ll be happy to check our archives.
About Alabama
Alabama, nicknamed both the Yellowhammer State (after the state bird) and the Heart of Dixie, is bordered by Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and the Gulf of Mexico. You’ll find deep valleys, plains, mountain ridges, river deltas, caves, swamps, and sandy beaches in Alabama.

The state is known for its passion for college football, Southern hospitality, authentic barbecue, and deep roots in jazz, blues, and country music. Alabama’s major industries are automotive, chemicals, forestry, aerospace, and information technology.

Universities reign in Alabama, and college sports (especially football) have fiercely loyal fans. One of the most famous sports rivalries is in Alabama. It’s between the Auburn Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide.

When it comes to the state’s history, Alabama is probably most known for its major role in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s.

Although African Americans had been fighting for their rights for decades before the movement, it hit major public awareness in 1955 when Rosa Parks sparked a bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama. She wasn’t the first to stand her ground when it came to bus segregation, but she became the face of the boycott and a court challenge by the NAACP.

Alabama is also where Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a pastor from Montgomery, would become the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. He united the black community to resist segregation and will forever be remembered for his famous “I Have A Dream” speech.

Montgomery, the state’s capital, is rich in Civil Rights history. There are several points of interest to note, such as the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church (where Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. served as a pastor). You’ll also find the Civil Rights Memorial, Rosa Parks Library and Museum, Freedom Rides Museum, and National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery.

Turning from the Civil Rights Movement to other notable names from history, those who hail from Alabama include novelist Harper Lee (of "To Kill a Mockingbird" fame), author, disability rights advocate, political activist, and lecturer Hellen Keller, and professional baseball player Willie Mays.

Finally, we'll share a couple of interesting facts about the state of Alabama. For instance, did you know that Alabama was the first state to recognize Christmas as a holiday? That was back in 1836. Or that Huntsville, Alabama, is known as the "Rocket Capital of the World?" The city's U.S. Space & Rocket Center is among Alabama's top tourist attractions.

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Vintage Alabama Maps
Alabama became a state in 1819, and countless beautiful, antique maps illustrate its history.

You’ll find a number of old Alabama maps in our archives, including Jefferson, Mobile, Madison, Montgomery, Shelby, Baldwin, Tuscaloosa, Lee, Morgan, and Calhoun.The most requested designs for the state are for the cities of Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, Dothan, Decatur, Auburn, and Madison.

If you are looking for a map for a specific Alabama city and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we’ll be happy to check our archives.
About Alabama
Alabama, nicknamed both the Yellowhammer State (after the state bird) and the Heart of Dixie, is bordered by Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and the Gulf of Mexico. You’ll find deep valleys, plains, mountain ridges, river deltas, caves, swamps, and sandy beaches in Alabama.

The state is known for its passion for college football, Southern hospitality, authentic barbecue, and deep roots in jazz, blues, and country music. Alabama’s major industries are automotive, chemicals, forestry, aerospace, and information technology.

Universities reign in Alabama, and college sports (especially football) have fiercely loyal fans. One of the most famous sports rivalries is in Alabama. It’s between the Auburn Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide.

When it comes to the state’s history, Alabama is probably most known for its major role in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s.

Although African Americans had been fighting for their rights for decades before the movement, it hit major public awareness in 1955 when Rosa Parks sparked a bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama. She wasn’t the first to stand her ground when it came to bus segregation, but she became the face of the boycott and a court challenge by the NAACP.

Alabama is also where Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a pastor from Montgomery, would become the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. He united the black community to resist segregation and will forever be remembered for his famous “I Have A Dream” speech.

Montgomery, the state’s capital, is rich in Civil Rights history. There are several points of interest to note, such as the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church (where Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. served as a pastor). You’ll also find the Civil Rights Memorial, Rosa Parks Library and Museum, Freedom Rides Museum, and National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery.

Turning from the Civil Rights Movement to other notable names from history, those who hail from Alabama include novelist Harper Lee (of "To Kill a Mockingbird" fame), author, disability rights advocate, political activist, and lecturer Hellen Keller, and professional baseball player Willie Mays.

Finally, we'll share a couple of interesting facts about the state of Alabama. For instance, did you know that Alabama was the first state to recognize Christmas as a holiday? That was back in 1836. Or that Huntsville, Alabama, is known as the "Rocket Capital of the World?" The city's U.S. Space & Rocket Center is among Alabama's top tourist attractions.

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