Belleville Copper Rolling Mill

Belleville, NJ

Moravian Cemetery

Bethlehem, PA

Electric Building

Lockport, NY

Marker of the Week
Bullard Company #2

Scranton, PA

This oil-burning steam engine was designed to be operated by a single engineer-fireman and was among the smallest standard-gauge locomotives ever built. Locomotive #2 operated up and down the railroad sidings and loading tracks outside t… more »

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Is All Barbed Wire the Same?

Beatrice, NE

Barbed wire proved invaluable for marking boundaries on the open prairie. Soon after its invention in 1874 there were over 570 different patents and thousands of variations. You can examine dozens of them on the fence nearby. Why so many… more »

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Presbyterian Church

Spring-Lake, NJ

Mrs. Anna Baird, developer of Hastings Square, donated the land on East Lake Avenue for this church. A 1,500 pound bell was donated by Mr. George Griffins. The structure was built of granite and interiors of light woods. It had a seating ca… more »

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Historical Marker Headlines
Kentucky Historical Marker dedicated to architect Samuel Plato
February 17th 2019 11:45PM

Samuel Plato was an African American architect who practiced and had a highly successful career in the early 1900s. His marker now sits at ...

Kentucky Historical Marker dedicated to architect Samuel Plato
February 17th 2019 11:14PM

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A trailblazing architect was honored Sunday, decades after the construction of his initial designs. Samuel Plato was an ...

Prominent African-American architect receives historical marker for work on local churches, schools
February 17th 2019 10:49PM

Samuel Plato received a historical marker in front of the Broadway Temple AME Zion Church on 13th and Broadway near downtown Louisville.

Prominent African-American architect receives historical marker for work on local churches, schools
February 17th 2019 10:18PM

Samuel Plato received a historical marker in front of the Broadway Temple AME Zion Church on 13th and Broadway near downtown Louisville.

Prominent African-American architect receives historical marker for work on local churches, schools
February 17th 2019 10:18PM

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – A local architect was honored Sunday for his work on the Broadway Temple AME Zion Church, the James Lee ...