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1 Gadsden flag was first flown in 1775, when the rebellion against the British first broke out, bright yellow with a black rattlesnake coiled above the motto “Don’t tread on me.”
2 The Gadsden flag is a historical Americanflag with a yellow field depicting a rattlesnake coiled and ready to strike.
3 Gadsden Purchase, negotiated by James Gadsden, US Minister to Mexico, was signed.
4 Noccalula Falls in Gadsden features a 90-foot waterfall;
5 The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company operates a large plant in Gadsden which employs about 1,400 people.
6 In addition, there are currently five auxiliary interstate routes in the state: I-165 in Mobile, I-359 in Tuscaloosa, I-459 around Birmingham, I-565 in Decatur and Huntsville, and I-759 in Gadsden.
7 With the exception of the territory acquired by the 1853 Gadsden Purchase, the territorial acquisitions under Polk established the modern borders of the Contiguous United States.
8 Similarly, the Gadsden Purchase, and that of Alaska (1867), were the only major U.S. expansions until the 1890s.
9 He promoted the Gadsden Purchase of today's southern Arizona from Mexico, partly because it would provide an easier southern route for the new railroad;
10 This would become known as the Gadsden Purchase.
11 The album's cover depicts the band's logo angled against the upper left corner and a coiled snake derived from the Gadsden flag in the bottom right corner.
12 The motto of the Gadsden flag, "Don't Tread on Me", is also the title of a song on the album.
13 When the U.S. discovered that a much easier railroad route to California lay slightly south of the Gila River, in Mexico, Santa Anna sold the Gadsden Strip to the US for $10 million in the Gadsden Purchase in 1853.
14 The property is bordered by Hampton, Gadsden, Washington, and Wayne Streets and is one block south of Finlay Park.
15 The Gadsden flag of the American Revolution depicts a rattlesnake coiled up and poised to strike.
16 Historians estimate that "nearly half of all Africans brought to America arrived in Charleston", most at Gadsden's Wharf.
17 In 1767 Gadsden's Wharf was constructed at the city port on the Cooper River;
18 From 1767, many were sold from the newly constructed Gadsden's Wharf, where six slave ships at a time could tie up. The plantations and the economy based on them made this the wealthiest city in British North America and the largest in population south of Philadelphia.
19 Its lineup of teams in its final season included the champion Pensacola Fliers, Meridian Millers, Montgomery Rebels, Jackson Senators, Vicksburg Billies, Selma Cloverleafs, Gadsden Pilots and Anniston Rams.
20 Both Gadsden and Anniston withdrew from the league before the end of the season.
21 They include Jackson (1821), Gadsden (created from Jackson)(1823), Leon (1824), Walton (1824), Washington (created from Jackson and Walton)(1825), Hamilton (1827), Jefferson (1827), Madison (created from Jefferson) (1827), Franklin (1832), Calhoun (1838), Santa Rosa (1842), Wakulla (created from Leon) (1843), Holmes (created from Jackson and Walton) (1848), Liberty (created from Gadsden) (1855), Lafayette and Taylor (created from Madison) (1856), Bay (created from Washington) (1913), Okaloosa (created from Santa Rosa and Walton) (1915), Dixie (created from Lafayette) (1921), and Gulf (created from Calhoun) (1925).
22 Gadsden County is historically known for its tobacco crop which is obsolete today.
23 Gadsden County is part of the Tallahassee Metropolitan Statistical Area.
24 Gadsden County is in the Eastern Time Zone.
25 Gadsden County is unique in Florida in that it is the state's only county with an African American majority population.
26 The Gadsden County School District operates public schools.
27 Gadsden County is home to one public high school, Gadsden County High School (formerly East Gadsden High School), formed in 2017 by the merger of East Gadsden High and the high school portion of West Gadsden High School;
28 the West Gadsden High building was converted to West Gadsden Middle.
29 West Gadsden was formed by the merger of the former Chattahoochee High and Greensboro High and was located on the western outskirts of Quincy near Greensboro.
30 East Gadsden, formed by the merger of James A. Shanks High and Havana Northside High, was located on Hwy.