#1 - Gifted by Eagles in May 1957. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 177.
#2 - Gifted by Eagles in 1957. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 180.
© 2017 by Robert V. Ritter, Founder, Jefferson Madison Center for Religious Liberty                                                                    
Where are the Eagles Ten Commandments Monuments?
However, Michael Tate Reed, of Van Buren, Arkansas, drove his vehicle into the monument less than 24 hours after it was installed, toppling it and breaking into pieces. According to State Senator Jason Rapert (the mover behind the original monument), a replacement monument has been ordered. Peyette, Idaho     The JM Center received an email from Reginald Finley on May 28th notifying the Center of an Eagles monument in front of the Peyette, Idaho Police Dept. (at the City Hall building).  The Center has now identified 18 Eagles Ten Commandments monuments in Idaho -- the most of any state.  (The location of 15 Eagles monuments remain to be identified. See HELP find 15 Eagles monuments on this page,)

 

Peyette, Idaho Ten Commandments at City Hall

(in front of Police Dept. on right side)

New Kensington, Pennsylvania      On March 21, 2017, the New Kensington Arnold School District removed its 1957 Eagles-donated Ten Commandments monument from Valley High School.  The monument is in the process of being relocated to the Mary Queen of Apostles School. This is a good choice since the 1957 monument mostly closely resembles the Catholic version of the Ten Commandments and Mary Queen of Apostles is a Catholic school.
HELP find 15 Eagle monuments
#4 - Gifted by Eagles in 1959. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Serach of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 218.
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#3 - Dedicated on July 4, 1957. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 184.
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JM Center founder Bob Ritter standing next to the 1955 Eagles Ten Commandments monument in  Ambridge, Pennsylvania.  The Ambridge monument, located in P. J. Caul Memorial Park, was the first Eagles monument place on public or private land.
#5 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1965 to Camp Sunnyside (Easter Seals) in DesMoines, Iowa, possibly at the residence of Marlene Duvall in Maxwell, Iowa. Duvall was a long-time volunteer at Camp Sunnyside. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 256.
#6 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1966. Photo: Sue  A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 262.
#7 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1966. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 262 
#8 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1966. Possibly in Cleveland, OH. near the Cuyahoga County Courthouse or Cleveland City Hall.  Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments,  p. 263.
#9 - Gifted by the Eagles Murray, Utah in 1967. Now in Drapper, Utah. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Serach of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 268.
#10 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1969. Originally located at Bernalillo County Courthouse in Alburguerque, N.M. Now at a church outside Las Vegas, N.M. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and theTen Commandments, p. 280.
#11 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1971. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 287.
#12 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1975. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 299.
#13 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1978. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 302.  
#15 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1990. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 307.  
Please help me complete my research on the Eagles Ten Commandments program by finding 15 Fraternal Order of Eagles Ten Commandments . Email the location, photos and other information about an Eagles monumwent to Bob Ritter. Photos may be used in a forthcoming book. You will be given photo credit unless you request anonymity. Thank you. /Bob
#14 - Gifted by the Eagles in 1988. Monument, hidden by shrubbery, is in the center. Photo: Sue A. Hoffman, In Search of God and the Ten Commandments, p. 306.  
Sue A. Hoffman bears false witness against me in her book In Search of God and the Ten Commandments by accusing me of an “insatiable desire to destroy every monolith.” (P. 92) Instead, I advocate for the removal of religious symbols on public property consistent with the Estabishment Clause of the First Amendment.

Monument News

    Little Rock, Arkansas On June 26, 2017, the State of Arkansas went thru with its plan to erect a six foot tall Eagles look-a-like Ten Commandments monument on its capitol grounds in Little Rock.  The ACLU had previously indicated that it planned to file a lawsuit alleging that display of the monument would violate the First Amendment.