Mobile, Alabama

Former name: Fort Conde (French)

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  • Mobile, Alabama — Mobile   City   From top: Pincus Building, Old City Hall and Southern Market, Fort Condé, Barton Academy, Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Co …   Wikipedia

  • Mobile (Alabama) — Mobile Spitzname: The Port City, Azalea City, The City of Six Flags Skyline von Mobile …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mobile (Alabama) — Mobile. Mobile (en inglés) o Mauvila (nombre histórico en castellano) es una ciudad del sur de Alabama, Estados Unidos, situada en el Golfo de México, en la bahía de Mobile, en la desembocadura del río homónimo; es el único puerto marítimo de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Mobile (Alabama) —     Mobile     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Mobile     DIOCESE OF MOBILE (Fr. MOBILE, Sp. MAUBILA, Lat. MOBILIENSIS).     Suffragan of New Orleans, comprises the State of Alabama (51,540 sq. miles) and western Florida (7281 square miles), and… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Mobile (Alabama) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Mobile et BFM. 30° 41′ 40″ N 88° 02′ 35″ W …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mobile, Alabama, in the American Civil War — Mobile, Alabama, during the American Civil War was an important port city on the Gulf of Mexico for the Confederate States of America. Mobile fell to the Union army late in the war following successful attacks on the defenses of Mobile Bay by the …   Wikipedia

  • Mobile, Alabama in popular culture — Mobile, Alabama features prominently in baseball lore, with more players in Major League Baseball s Hall of Fame than any city except New York and Chicago. The list includes Hank Aaron, baseball s all time home run king until 2007. Singer Jimmy… …   Wikipedia

  • Mobile, Alabama in the American Civil War — A map of Mobile Bay and surroundings during the American Civil War. Mobile, Alabama, during the American Civil War was an important port city on the Gulf of Mexico for the Confederate States of America. Mobile fell to the Union army late in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Mobile, Alabama mayoral election, 2005 — Elections in Alabama Federal government Presidential elections …   Wikipedia

  • Mobile Alabama Bowl — GMAC Bowl Le GMAC Bowl est un match de football américain universitaire qui se tient depuis 1999 à Mobile (Alabama) au Ladd Peebles Stadium. La prochaine édition se disputera le 7 janvier 2009. Palmarès Date Vainqueur Score Finaliste 22 décembre… …   Wikipédia en Français

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