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|February 21st 2019 4:30AM|
Denise Molina Castro, also a Brownsville resident, said what's causing concern is that the memorial is not being treated as a historical marker.
|February 20th 2019 10:32PM|
Howard Kroplick, Town Historian and President of the Roslyn Landmark Society, said, âThe installation of the historical marker highlights the ...
|February 20th 2019 10:30PM|
A historical marker acknowledging McKee stands on Sylva's Main Street. It reads: âGertrude Dills McKee. First woman elected to N.C. Senate, 1930.
|February 20th 2019 7:30PM|
One day, Grimes came upon a historical marker in Boonesborough, the state's first pioneer settlement, on the Kentucky River north of what today is ...
|February 20th 2019 6:33PM|
A historical marker on a parking garage at Broadway and Arch streets marks where the powder magazine for Fort Washington was found in 1952.