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[tal-uh-dee-guh] /ˌtæl əˈdi gə/
a city in central Alabama, E of Birmingham. Unabridged
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city, seat (1834) of Talladega county, east-central Alabama, U.S., in the foothills of the southern Appalachian Mountains, about 60 miles (100 km) east of Birmingham. The site was originally inhabited by Creek Indians, and its name was derived from Creek words meaning "border town." On November 9, 1813, Andrew Jackson defeated a large force of Creek there, and the Creek were forced out in the 1830s. During World War II the city was a centre of munitions production and air training

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