6th Judicial Circuit • State of Alabama • Tuscaloosa County
Civic and Historical Monuments at the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse
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Chief TushkalusaTushkalusa
The Indian Chieftan
Mauvila Oct. 18, 1540
"He was the suzerain of many territories and of a numerous people, being equally feared by his vassals and the neighboring nations."
Rotary Clubs The Rotary Clubs have established a clock and three plaques honoring donors, community service, and the Rotary Four-Way Test.
Victims Of Crime And LeniencyVOCAL
Dedicated to Victims of Crime and Leniency
of Tuscaloosa County.
2005
I thank my God
upon every rememberance of you.
Fraternal Order of Police Medal of HonorThe Supreme Sacrifice, Fraternal Order of Police Medal of Honor
Dedicated to all Law Enforcement
Officers slain in the line of duty in
Tuscaloosa County
No man hath greater love than this:
That he gives his life to save a
friend but sometimes law enforcement officers
do even more. Somtimes they give
their lives to save a stranger.
Erected May 18, 1988
by King-Hubbard Lodge #10 - Fraternal
Order of Police
World War 2, Korean Conflict and Viet Nam MemorialIn Memory Of
those who paid the supreme sacrifice
in World War II and Korean Conflict
and Viet Nam
erected by the Gold Star Mothers
1960