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Etowah County, Alabama (U.S.)

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Etowah County

Etowah County is in northeastern Alabama, and the county seat is the city of Gadsden. Etowah County is the smallest county in Alabama by area, but is also one of the most densely populated counties in the state. Originally named Baine County for Confederate General David Baine, Baine County was abolished in 1868 and Etowah County created in its place. The county's name comes from the Cherokee word for "edible tree.",_Alabama
Randy Young, 21 June 2015

Sheriff's Office flag

Flag of the State of Alabama image by Randy Young, 21 June 2015

The flag of the Etowah County Sheriff's Office can be seen clearly behind the podium in the photograph of a press conference online at, and in the accompanying video. The flag features the logo of the sheriff's office on an olive green field. Below the logo are the words "ETOWAH COUNTY, AL" in white capital sans serif letters. At a diagonal by the upper left portion of the logo is the word "SHERIFF'S" and at the upper right portion the diagonal word "OFFICE," both in similar, white capital letters. The logo has as its background a tan map of Etowah County. Superimposed on the map are crossed Alabama and American flags, with the star-shaped sheriff's badge in gold over all.
Randy Young, 21 June 2015