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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satsuma,_Alabama

Satsuma is a city in Mobile County, Alabama, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 5,687. Known prior to 1915 as Fig Tree Island, the city was named after the Satsuma orange, which was successfully cultivated and grown in Alabama starting in 1878, a gift from Meiji, Japan.

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Satsuma may refer to: Satsuma (fruit), a citrus fruit; Satsuma (gastropod), a genus of land snails. Places[edit]. Japan. Satsuma, Kagoshima, a Japanese town; Satsuma District, Kagoshima, ... of the Imperial Japanese Navy. United States. Satsuma, Alabama · Satsuma, Louisiana · Satsuma, Texas · Satsuma, Florida ...

www.cityofsatsuma.com/AboutSatsuma.html

Satsuma, AL, is located in Mobile County in south Alabama. Named after the once thriving citrus fruit called the satsuma.

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Antique Japanese Satsuma Charger with Gilt Bronze Mounts Stand Meiji 19th | eBay For sale at Eastern Shore Antiques. 1410 US Hwy. 98 Suite A Daphne, Al.

www.cityofsatsuma.com

Satsuma, AL, is located in Mobile County in south Alabama.

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Best Dining in Satsuma, Alabama: See 73 TripAdvisor traveler reviews of 5 Satsuma restaurants and search by cuisine, price, location, and more.

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(251) 287-1172 · 1204 Industrial Pkwy Saraland, AL 36571 ... Steak plate Photo of Hibachi Express - Saraland, AL, United States. .... Ashleigh C. Satsuma, AL.

www.mobilebaymag.com/Mobile-Bay/November-2013/Sugar-Sweet-Satsumas

Mobile and Baldwin counties were a buckle on the “Satsuma Belt.” The Japanese Mandarin satsuma was introduced to the United States in 1876, and within two ...