National Parks In Alabama

National Parks In Alabama

Horseshoe Bend National Military Park
Little River Canyon National Preserve
Natchez Trace Parkway
Russell Cave National Monument
Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail
Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site
Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site

Lakes in Alabama

Map: Lakes In Alabama

Lakes in Alabama are numerous. Alabama has no large natural lakes, but dams built on the abundant rivers have created many artificial lakes.

Map: La Louisiane

Map La Louisiane
Hand colored. Relief shown pictorially. From the author’s Grosser atlas … [1734?] Includes historical notes and inset of “Les costes de la Louisiane depuis la baye de Ascension jusques acelle de S. Joseph.” Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.


One of the oldest cities in the United States, Mobile is the seat of Mobile County in the southwestern corner of Alabama along Interstate Highway 10, on the banks of the Mobile River.

As a port city, its influences were shaped by the varied cargoes and exotic travelers that constantly passed through.

Map: Clarke County Alabama 1911

Portion of a 1911 Alabama map by Rand McNally. Locations shown include: Alameda, Allenm Alma, Atkeison P.OI., Atkinshon, Barlow Ben;d, Bashi, Campbell, Carlton, Chance, Chilton, Choctaw Bluff, Clarksville, Cobbville, Coffeeville, Damon, Dickinson, Eustis, Forestdale, Fulton, Gainestown, Glendon, Glover, Gosport, Grovehill, Jackson, Manila, McEntyre, Moirvin, Nealton, Nettleboro, Nichola, Opine, Peachock, Pouncey, Pugh, Rockville, Rural, Salitpa, Scyrene, Suggsville, Suggsville Station, Tallahatta Springs, Tattilaba, Thomasville, Walker Springs, West Bend, Whatley, Winn, Woodbluff