Quantcast
Channel: The Historical Marker Database - New Entries
Browsing all 72911 articles
Browse latest View live

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Journal Record Building South Wall

Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City The south wall of the Journal Record Building directly faced the blast's impact and was heavily damaged by the April 19, 1995 bombing. Parts of the south wall...

View Article



Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Team 5 Requiem

Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City Team 5 4-19-95 We Search For the truth We Seek Justice. The Courts Require it. The Victims Cry for it. And God Demands it! A Rescue Worker originally painted...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Survivor Tree

Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City This American Elm was surrounded by a parking lot filled with burning vehicles on April 19, 1995. It survived the impact of the explosion and became known as...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Oklahoma City Bombing Children's Memorial

Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City Nineteen Little Boys And Girls Killed In The OKC Bombing April 19, 1995 "He took them up in his arms...." Mark 10:16 (KJV) Painting: Alice Murray (Disasters)...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Oklahoma City Bombing Responders' Memorial

Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City April 19, 1995 The grateful citizens of Oklahoma hereby express their gratitude to all Protective and Rescue Personnel, who amid death, danger, darkness and...

View Article


Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Site of the First Theatre

Virginia, James City County, WilliamsburgWilliam Levingston, merchant of New Kent County, built the first theatre in English America on this site c. 1716. For three decades companies of actors...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Georgia / North Carolina

North Carolina, Cherokee County, Murphy(North Side): Georgia The colony of Georgia was charted in 1732, named for King George II of England, and settled in 1733. It was one of the 13 original states....

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Junaluska

North Carolina, Graham County, RobbinsvilleCherokee warrior, fought for U.S. in Creek War, 1814. Granted citizenship and land by N.C., 1847. Grave is one mile S.W. (Native Americans) Includes location,...

View Article


Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Central High School

Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City Erected in 1910 as Oklahoma High School, at that time the city's only high school, this Gothic style building was a source of great civic pride. Many future...

View Article


Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

St. Paul's Cathedral

Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City This building, first opened on Easter Sunday 1904, became the Episcopal Cathedral in 1908. The congregation dates from 1893. (Churches, Etc. • Man-Made...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Jonathan in Chaska

Minnesota, Carver County, ChaskaThis silo marks the site of the Christian Bender farm, homesteaded in 1854. George Bender, grandson of Christian, sold the farm to Henry McKnight in 1963. This was the...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Train Fantôme

France, Midi-Pyrénées, Haute-Garonne, ToulouseLe juillet 1944, alors que la France se libérait, 580 internés du camp du Vernet d’Ariège et de la prision Saint-Michel – la plupart résistants originaires...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Un Convoi de Déportation de Résistants

France, Midi-Pyrénées, Haute-Garonne, ToulouseLe 30 juillet 1944 Un convoi de déportation de résistants Et d’au moins 166 juifs, dont 26 enfants, a quitté la caserne cafarelli à Toulouse a destination...

View Article


Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Le bourg Saint-Salvi

France, Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn, AlbiLe bourg Saint-Salvi Ce bourg s’est développé aux XIe – Xlle siècles autour de la collégiale Saint-Salvi, à partir d’un anneau de rues commerçantes et artisanales,...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Ici Naquit Beziers

France, Languedoc-Roussillon, Hérault, BeziersDurant plusieurs siècles, les alluvions abandonnées par l’Orb dans ses débordements avaient pu laire oublier que site commandait le gué qu’utiliserent les...

View Article


Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

The Raleigh Tavern

Virginia, WilliamsburgDuring Public Times Virginia leaders often met at the Raleigh, Williamsburg's most popular inn. Here in 1769 a group of burgesses adopted the proposal of George Mason for a...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

The Secretary's Office

Virginia, WilliamsburgOfficials decided to build the Secretary's Office in which to protect the public papers of the Virginia colony after a fire destroyed the first Capitol in 1747. Completed in 1748,...

View Article


Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Charlton's Coffeehouse

Virginia, WilliamsburgConstructed as a store and residence in 1750, the building was converted into a coffeehouse and operated by Richard Charlton in the mid 1760s. In October 1765, the coffeehouse was...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Pasteur & Galt Apothecary Shop

Virginia, WilliamsburgWilliam Pasteur and John Minson Galt traveled to England to study medicine before returning to Williamsburg to practice. They were partners in this apothecary shop from 1775 to...

View Article

Image may be NSFW.
Clik here to view.

Hôtel Reynes

France, Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn, AlbiFleuron de la Renaissance albigeoise, cet hôtel fut contruit pour Roger Reynès, marchand enrichi par le commerce du pastel au début XVIe siecle. À l’intérieur. Une...

View Article
Browsing all 72911 articles
Browse latest View live