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www.historicalmarkerproject.com/markers/HM1A_mario-machi_Whitethorn-CA.html
1914-1998. A founder of Shelter Cove with brothers Tony and Babe Machi. A ready smile, a friendly wave, a faraway look waiting for his fishermen to return—we're thankful we've known this gentle man. A hero in war. Survivor of the Bataan Death Marc…
www.historicalmarkerproject.com/markers/HM1U_captain-don-gaspar-de-portol_Pacifica-CA.html
Born in Balaguer, Catalonia, Spain · First Governor of California · Founder of San Diego and Monterey · Discoverer of the Bay of San Francisco on November 4, 1769. Presented by the President of the Generalitat of Catalonia, the Hono…
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In memoriam · Richard Rowland Kirkland · Co. G, 2nd South Carolina Volunteers · C.S.A. At the risk of his life, this American soldier of sublime compassion, brought water to his wounded foes at Fredericksburg. The fighting men on bot…
www.historicalmarkerproject.com/markers/HM4W_john-edwards-jr_Port-Edwards-WI.html
A native of England, John Edwards Jr. settled in this area in 1859 to assume operation of his father's sawmill, the nucleus around which the village of Port Edwards developed. Founded in 1840, the Edwards Sawmill was incorporated in 1890 into the John Edwar…
www.historicalmarkerproject.com/markers/HM5R_world-war-memorial_Martinsburg-WV.html
1917-1918. This memorial is dedicated as an enduring tribute to the patriotism of the citizens of Berkeley County who rendered loyal service to our country in the great World War, and to honor the memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice in the cause …
www.historicalmarkerproject.com/markers/HMBJ_this-is-the-place-monument_Salt-Lake-City-UT.html
This is the Place Monument, dedicated July 24, 1947, commemorates the arrival of the Mormon pioneers into the valley of the Great Salt Lake one hundred years before, and also the role of others—Spanish Catholic fathers, trappers and fur traders, offic…
www.historicalmarkerproject.com/markers/HMDT_adin-ballou-memorial_Hopedale-MA.html
Adin Ballou — Preacher, Author, Reformer, Philanthropist, Apostle of Christian Socialism, and Founder of the Hopedale Community. 1803-1890."Blessed are the Peacemakers.""Not disobedient to the heavenly vision." (inscription on right side)A man of r…
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(South Face)N.S.D.A.R. Memorialto thePioneer Mothersof theCovered Wagon Days. (East Face)This trail, trod by the Padres in Spanish Days,became, under Mexican rule, the road connectingLos Angeles, later the American Post Road. (North Face)The National …
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In 1821 Hugh Commisky led a band of laborers on a trek from Charlestown to Lowell. With muscle and sweat they dredged canals in the soil of rugged farmland. As others joined in their toil a complex waterpower system evolved, creating a new era of textile pr…
www.historicalmarkerproject.com/markers/HME1_whalemans-memorial_New-Bedford-MA.html
"A Dead Whale or a Stove Boat" (inscription on back) In honor of the whalemen whose skill, hardihood and daring brought fame and fortune to New Bedford and made its name known to every seaport on the globe. · Gift of W.W. Crapo · 1913
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