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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM77A_potawatomi-a-trail-of-death_Catlin-IL.html
PotawatomiA Trail of DeathSandusky Point EncampmentSeptember 17 - 20, 1838This marker dedicated September 21, 1993by descendants of the Patawatomi who were forcibly removed from Indiana and marched to Kansas in 1838.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMM3B_amanda-arnold-arch_Manhattan-KS.html
This stone arch stood from 1878-1924 as the entry to Central School, 600 Leavenworth. At the suggestion of Judge Sam Kimble, Contractor Mont J. Green, Sr. contributed the arch as a memorial to Amanda Arnold, an early teacher who came on the steamb…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM119H_warner-park_Madison-WI.html
This park was dedicated in memory of Ernest N. Warner (1868-1929). An astute politician, state senator, and president of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association from 1912 until his death in 1929. He is credited with making park services an…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM9WY_the-cherokee-club_Tampa-FL.html
The second brick building erected in Ybor City.The Cherokee Club was a popular rendezvous forthe elite in the 1890's. Later became known as El Pasaje Restaurant. Its fame spread throughoutthe Americas.Jose Marti slept here on his first trip, Nov.2…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM6QI_tule-river-stage-station_Porterville-CA.html
Here Peter Goodhue operated am emigrant trail stopping place on the banks of the Tule River from 1854 to until the river changed its course in 1862. This became a Butterfield Overland Mail Stage Station, 1858-61. It was kept in 1860 by R. Porter P…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMI2R_stages-of-construction-crescent-mounds_Brandon-OH.html
Stages of ConstructionThe earth walls were built over a period of approximately three hundred years and used for a couple of hundred years beyond that. American Indians used the shoulder bones of deer and elk, split elk antler, clam shell hoes, an…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMFJP_sloss-furnaces_Birmingham-AL.html
The crossing of railroads in 1872 adjacent to this site gave rise to the industrial city of Birmingham. In 1881 Alabama railroad magnate and entrepreneur James Withers Sloss, capitalizing on the unusual coincidence of coal, iron ore and limestone …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM3K5_marshall-hall_Bryans-Road-MD.html
Marshall HallBuilt by Wm. Marshall in 1690 on land obtained from the Piscataway Indians. Maryland landing of Posey ferry used by Washington. Mt. Vernon in sight from river shore.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMQIA_pawleys-island-waccamaw-neck_Pawleys-Island-SC.html
Pawley's Island:This island, located about ½ mile east, was used by plantation householders who lived on the seashore from May to November to escape malaria, or "summer fever." A number of houses built about 1850, and the summer academy and recto…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM6S1_port-penn-front-range-light_Middletown-DE.html
In 1875, Congress approved funding to build several lighthouses along this segment of the Delaware River. This site was purchased in April 1876, and by December the Port Penn Front Range Light was completed. Constructed under the direction of the …
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