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Ebin (Eben) Stanley

New Mexico, Sierra County, HillsboroNear this spot lie the unidentified remains of an American Hero, Ebin Stanley, born Decatur County, Iowa. Ebin served with the 3rd and 5th U.S. Cavalry from 1861 to...

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Saint Mary’s School

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighHere in this oak grove on the front campus of Saint Mary’s School for girls, Union Gen. Oliver O. Howard, commanding Gen. William T. Sherman’s Right Wing, encamped...

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St. Vincent's Place

California, Los Angeles, Los AngelesThis was the site of Saint Vincent's College from 1868 to 1887. The college, now Loyola University, was founded by the Vincentian Fathers in 1865 and was the first...

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Saint Mary’s

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighEpiscopal School forgirls, established 1842by Rev. Aldert Smedeson site of an earlierEpiscopal school forboys which opened in 1834. (Education) Includes location,...

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In Sacred Memory

California, Los Angeles County, Los AngelesThis Memorial is reverently placed here by the Japanese American Community under the auspices of the Southern California Burial and Memorial Committee in...

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Cottage Corners

California, San Benito County, near Tres PinosFirst saloon serving steam beer in this area. Has been here for over 100 years. Owned and operated for many years by Steve Kaelin. Presently owned by Lydia...

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The Colton Theater Building

California, Siskiyou County, YrekaDavid D. Colton built a handsome brick building on this site in 1856, and outfitted the upper floor as a theater which operated until 1858. At various times the...

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Rear Admiral R.J. "Bear" Arnold, U.S.N.

California, Alameda County, OaklandPoint Arnold is named after Rear Admiral R.J. "Bear" Arnold, U.S.N.. During World War II, Arnold earned the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism as the supply officer...

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John "Alex" Alexander

California, Alameda County, OaklandJohn "Alex" Alexander spent his entire working life at Naval Supply Center Oakland. Symbolic of the many dedicated civilians who worked on the base, Alex inspired...

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Joel Lane House

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighBuilt prior to 1770 andoften site of politicalmeetings. Decision tolocate Raleigh on Lane’sland made there, 1792.Stands 2 blocks south. (Notable Buildings) Includes...

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L. O’B. Branch

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighConfederate brigadiergeneral; president ofRaleigh and Gaston Railroad,1852-55; member ofCongress, 1855-61. Homehere, grave 2/3 mi. east. (War, US Civil) Includes...

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North Carolina Medical Board

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighEstablished in 1859 to regulatethe practice of medicine for thebenefit and protection of thepeople of North Carolina.One of the oldest state medicalregulatory...

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“Elmwood”

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighHome of chief justicesJohn L. Taylor & Thos.Ruffin; or Wm. Gaston,Romulus M. Saunders, &Samuel A. Ashe. Builtabout 1813. Is 70 yds. N. (Notable Buildings)...

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Rendezous At Carthage

Missouri, Jasper County, CarthageCrossroad of Destiny: Union or Disunion The year of 1861 was one of crisis and decision making for Missouri. Throughout her history, Missouri had stood at many...

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Freedmen’s Convention

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighDelegates resolved toseek equal rights forstate’s freed blacks.Met, Sept. 29 – Oct. 3,1865, one block north. (African Americans) Includes location, directions, 3...

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Old Breastworks

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighBreastworks were thrownup around Raleigh, 1863,by order of GovernorVance, for protectionagainst Federal raids.Remains are 1/3 mile W. (War, US Civil) Includes...

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Henry Clay Oak

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighHenry Clay, on a visit to this city, wrote the famous Raleigh Letter, April 17, 1844, opposing the annexation of Texas. Many authorities believe that this statement...

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81st or Wildcat Division

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighIn memory of the81st or WildcatDivisionWorld War 1917–18 (War, World I) Includes location, directions, 3 photos, GPS coordinates, map.

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First Presbyterian Church

North Carolina, Wake County, RaleighOrganized 1816. Site ofConstitutional Conventionof 1835. State SupremeCourt met here,1831-40,after Capitol fire. Thisbuilding completed 1900. (Churches, Etc.)...

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Viet-Nam War Memorial

Colorado, Las Animas County, TrinidadMarker Front:Dedicated to those who gave the supreme sacrifice Benjamin J. Belarde, USA • Gary V. Orsland, USMC • Roger A. Blatnick • Isamel B. Armanda, USMC •...

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