Tallapoosa


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Tallapoosa,

river, 268 mi (431 km) long, rising in NW Ga. and flowing SW through E Ala.; joins the Coosa River near Montgomery, Ala., to form the Alabama River. Martin, Thurlow, and Yates dams provide hydroelectric power, flood control, and recreation. Martin Dam impounds Lake Martin, with an area of 63 sq mi (163 sq km).
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The bank serves the needs of individuals and businesses in the Tampa Bay area in Florida and the Birmingham, Montgomery and Tallapoosa areas in Alabama.
Plans call for five compressor stations to be constructed in Tallapoosa County, Dougherty County, GA, and Suwannee, Marion, and Osceola counties in Florida; plus six new meter stations.
These endeavors have produced the largest and most well documented sample of Late Mississippian ceramics in the Lower Tallapoosa River Valley.
The goal of our analysis was to better understand prehistoric Native American habitation in the Upper Chattahoochee and Little Tallapoosa river valleys by assigning dates of occupation to each of the archaeological sites recorded in the survey.
Outstanding Teacher in Community Service: Felicia Williams, Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher, Tallapoosa County Board of Education
Sabal Trail will build the more than one billion cubic feet per day pipeline, originating in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, extending through Georgia and ending at the Central Florida Hub near Orlando.
On May 21, Johnny Cook, a driver for the Haralson County School System in Tallapoosa, Ga.
Antioch Church was located in Mount Meigs, the Bethel Church in Pintlala, the Elim Church in Madison Park, and the Rehoboth Church in the southern edge of Elmore County across the Tallapoosa River.
28 June 2010 - S&P on Friday upgraded to A from BBB+ its long-term rating on Lake Martin Area Industrial Development Authority, Alabama's industrial revenue bonds, series 2009, issued on behalf of Tallapoosa County.
The great success of the first, 1845 edition of Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers, was followed by eleven more reprintings in as many years, validating Hooper's artistic achievement and suggesting the enduring appeal of his genius and creativity.

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