Tuscaloosa

[tuhs-kuh-loo-suh]
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  • It is true that I knew by this time that the Cacica had sent to Tuscaloosa, but what was that to me?

    The Trail Book

    Mary Austin

  • At the first of the Tuscaloosa towns the Black Warrior awaited them.

    The Trail Book

    Mary Austin

  • She and the Black Warrior--that's what Tuscaloosa means--were of one spirit.

    The Trail Book

    Mary Austin

  • The State University at Tuscaloosa opened its doors to them in 1896.

  • Tuscaloosa fought for his tribe's supremacy; Osceola for revenge.

    The Indian in his Wigwam

    Henry R. Schoolcraft