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The Alabama nation was recognized as early as the 1500s in the chronicles of the Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto, and their relationship with the French dates as far back as the establishment of Fort Toulouse in Alabama in 1717. Their long history was recognized when the state of Alabama took Its name and called its principle river the Alabama.

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