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James Thomas Fitz-Gerald, Jr.

Tennessee, Marion County, South Pittsburg(side 1) Born July 13, 1920 in South Pittsburg, James “Jim” Thomas Fitz-Gerald, Jr. was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, in 1940....

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Stagecoach Travel

Wisconsin, Shawano County, AngelicaAn early American method of public transportation prior to the railroad was the stagecoach. This sign commemorates the various routes that served Shawano and other...

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Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution

Texas, Galveston County, GalvestonIn 1889, during the Centennial of the inauguration of George Washington as first President of the United States, a group of Revolutionary War soldiers' descendants...

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County of Allegheny Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

Pennsylvania, Allegheny County, PittsburghDedicated August25, 1996 Rededication Saturday May 17, 2003 County of Allegheny Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, Inc. (Charity & Public Work • Fraternal...

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Bethel Methodist Church

Delaware, Kent County, AndrewvilleThe roots of Methodism in this community can be traced to the late 18th century, when Methodist pioneers such as Francis Asbury traveled throughout this area spreading...

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Hixon Cemetery

Indiana, Parke County, near MeccaHixon Cemetery Established 1853 A Historic Cemetery Listed in Indiana’s Cemetery and Burial Grounds Registry of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Installed...

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The Cline Building

Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk William S. Cline had this building constructed in 1925. This was the same year that the Kay County Courthouse and the Masonic Temple were constructed in Newkirk. The Cline...

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Kay County Abstract Building

Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk Dick Sherbon of Ponca City received the bid to erect this building for the Kay County Abstract Company in 1926. The bids for the building ranged from $4,400 to $5,700....

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Cherokee Strip

Oklahoma, Kay County, near Chilocco Indian SchoolSeptember 11, 1893 Thousands of Americans gathered in this township preparing to make the run for homesteads in the Cherokee Strip, a tract of land 58...

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The Cherokee Strip

Oklahoma, Kay County, near Chilocco Indian School To commemorate the Opening of The Cherokee Strip September 16, 1893 (Fraternal or Sororal Organizations • Native Americans • Politics • Settlements...

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Oklahoma, The Indian State

Oklahoma, Kay County, near Chilocco Indian SchoolLand in this area was granted to Cherokee Indians by U.S., 1828. Opened to White settlement, 1893. Kaw Indian Tribal Reservation, 5 miles east. There...

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Old Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church

North Carolina, Bladen County, ClarktonOrganized prior to 1756. Present building constructed 1818—the third on site. First two buildings of logs. Was also used for secular education until 1848. Among...

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Chilocco Indian School

Oklahoma, Kay County, near Chilocco Indian School Academic, agricultural, vocational training for Indian youth from over U.S. Established by Act of Cong. 1882. Jasper M. Hadley 1st Superintendent....

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Old Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church

North Carolina, Bladen County, near ClarktonOrganized prior to 1756 by Scottish settlers. Present building constructed 1818. Third building on site. First two building of logs. Was also used for...

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The Cherokee Strip

Kansas, Cowley County, near Arkansas City Dedicated to the many thousands who pioneeredThe Cherokee Strip September 16, 1893 Thousands gathered in this area to start a new frontier, six million acres...

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Santa Fe Locomotive Engine No. 2542

Kansas, Cowley County, Arkansas City(Front) Engine 2542 was built in 1910 by the American Locomotive Company in Pittsburgh, PA., for the Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railway. In 1929, the Atchison,...

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Korean War Liberty Tree Memorial

Kansas, Cowley County, Arkansas City In memory of the men, women & POW-MIA who fought in theKorean War 1950 - 1953 Dedicated November 11, 2003 (Fraternal or Sororal Organizations • Patriots &...

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Bethel Shipyard

Delaware, Sussex County, BethelWith the incorporation of the Lewisville Marine Railway Company in 1871, Bethel’s reputation as a center for ship repair and construction was firmly established....

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Court House Hill

Maryland, Worcester County, Pocomoke CitySite of second known court house of Somerset County on March 1, 1694, the court purchased land near Dividing Creek and erected a structure 50 feet by 20 feet,...

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Company C 194th Tank Battalion

California, Monterey County, Salinas[First Plaque:] On the morning of February 18th, 1941, one hundred and five brave men of Company C 194th Tank Battalion of the Salinas and Pajaro Valleys marched...

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