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Alabama's nickname used to be "The Cotton State". Almost all farmers grew cotton. A insect called the "Boll Weevil" came to the state and destroyed nearly all the crop. Farmers began growing peanuts and raising livestock. Today, there is a statue of the "Boll Weevil" in Enterprise Alabama.
IVY GREEN: The Ivy Green in Tuscumbia was the birthplace of Helen Keller.
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