Georgia and Alabama.
Georgia & Alabama
Two states are directly to the north of Florida: Alabama and Georgia.
Florida and Tennessee border Georgia and Alabama. Alabama is bordered by Tennessee, Georgia, Florida and Mississippi. Georgia is bordered by Florida, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and North Carolina.
Tennessee is due north of Alabama. Alabama is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west.
Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, North and South Carolina
No, almond is not the nickname for Alabama, Missouri, or North Dakota.However, if you use the postal abbreviations for each state, they make the word 'almond':AL MO ND
The capital, Tallahassee, is on the "panhandle" of the state in extreme north central Florida, north of Appalachicola Bay near the borders with Georgia and Alabama.
There are two: Georgia is due north, and Alabama is north and west over the panhandle.
Alabama is further east than Missouri.
Florida, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee
Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.
South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Florida
The slave states during the Civil War were:AlabamaArkansasDelawareFloridaGeorgiaKentuckyLouisianaMarylandMississippiMissouriNorth CarolinaSouth CarolinaTennesseeTexasVirginia
Missouri is north west of Tennessee. North of Tennessee is Kentucky, south of Tennessee is Alabama and Georgia, and to the east is North Carolina.
Yes, if you use the postal abbreviations for each state, they make the word 'almond':AL (Alabama)MO (Missouri)ND (North Dakota)AL MO ND
Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Florida,Alabama,South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee
Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee
Georgia and Alabama border the north of Florida. Florida is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico on the west side and the Atlantic Ocean on the east side of the state.
Tennessee is north of Alabama.
The total number of executions in Alabama since 1976 is 56. This puts Alabama as the sixth most lethal state in the United States, topped by Missouri, Florida, Virginia, Oklahoma, and Texas.