Gilmor's Raid

Cockeysville, MD

Dr. Henry Janes

Waterbury, VT

28th Division Shrine

Boalsburg, PA

Marker of the Week
T.R. Field Sumavansky

Prague, Hlavní-město-Praha

In Czech: Zde se narodil satirik T.R. Field Sumavansky 1891-1969 Translated, the marker reads: Here was born the satirist, T.R.Field Sumavansky (1891-1969).… more »

Marker of the Day
Orange County / Louisa County

Gordonsville, VA

Orange County. Formed in 1734 from Spotsylvania, and named for the Prince of Orange, who in that year married Princess Anne, daughter of King George II. President James Madison lived in this county and President Zachary Taylor was born her… more »

Marker of the Moment
Bland

Bland, VA

The community center was first known as Crab Orchard. The place became the county seat of Bland County when it was formed in 1861 under the name of Seddon, which was later changed to that of the county. At Rocky Gap a skirmish was fought in… more »

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Historical Marker Headlines
Pancake feed helps raise money for new historical marker at old ammo plant
December 11th 2017 4:41AM

A pancake feed was held at the Burlington Station in Grand Island on Sunday, to help Alec Paul raise money to build a historical marker, and earn his Eagle Scout award. The marker will recognize the nine people who died in 1944 after an explosion at the now-decommissioned Cornhusker Army ...

Carriage House -- Penasacola Lighthouse, NAS Pensacola FL
December 10th 2017 11:55PM

The historical marker near the visitors center for the Pensacola lighthouse on board NAS Pensacola Florida.

Historical marker honors Tennessee LGBT activist
December 10th 2017 7:12PM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A historic marker has been unveiled honoring a pioneering activist for homosexual and.

News Blog
December 10th 2017 6:56PM

Busy week? We'll help you catch up on the basics of this week's cover story, which details the conversation about what should be done about the statue of President William McKinley and a plaque commemorating the Jacoby Storehouse on the Arcata Plaza. Read the full story here before you dive into a ...

Tennessee's First LGBT Historical Marker Honors Gay Rights Pioneer Penny Campbell
December 10th 2017 5:49PM

A dedication ceremony was held in East Nashville for the first publicly sanctioned historical marker in the state of Tennessee that commemorates the LGBT movement, honoring the work of Penny Campbell. The marker is placed on the 1600 block of McEwen Avenue at the location of Campbell's former ...