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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMOZV_webb-city-veterans-memorial_Webb-City-MO.html
Dedicatedto those of thisCentral District whoserved in the ArmedForces that we maykeep forever brightthe memory of theirglorious part in thestruggle "to defendlife, liberty and thepursuit of happiness" Permanent service recordsof each veteran o…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMOZG_prosperity-junction-station-and-street-car-60_Webb-City-MO.html
Prosperity Junction StationOriginal site located eastof CartervilleTypical Boarding StationServing Communities in theFour States Mining District Street Car #60Electric powered passenger carcirca 1916-1937Southwest Missouri Electric Railway Co. …
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This plaque is dedicated in memory of A. H. Rogers the founder, and the employees of the former S.W. Mo. Elec. Ry. Co., which was headquartered in Webb City, operating over a 94 mile system serving the Tri-State Mining Field from 1889 to 1939. …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMOYA_webb-city_Webb-City-MO.html
[front]Webb City, (Webbville), was platted by John C. Webb in September, 1875, and incorporated in December, 1876, with a population of 700. The city was located on a portion of Webb's 200-acre farm, which he entered in February, 1857. There in 18…
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This statue dedicated in honor of the hardrock miner, his family and those who served the Webb City District mining industry during the past century. The Kneeling Miner, circa 1976Jack E. Dawson [sculptor] Originally sculpted in concreteas a…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMOXP_number-1-gun_Webb-City-MO.html
I represent all the 105-Millimeter Howitzersthat between 1941 and 1945 bombarded theenemy and defended U.S. forces inNorth Africa, Italy, France, Germany,and on the Pacific Islands;I also commemorate the thousands ofmen and women who served in Wor…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMOW1_the-military-order-of-the-purple-heart_Webb-City-MO.html
The Purple Heart was established by General George Washington in 1782. At that time it was called Badge of Military Merit. In 1932 it became known as the Purple Heart and is awarded only for combat wounded veterans. Some Gave All - All Gave Som…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMOV1_veterans-memorial-of-timeless-honor_Webb-City-MO.html
In Memory ofAll World War II VeteransThis memorial is in honor of all of the World War II veterans who were involved in the fight for the freedom of America and the free world. Whether they fought in the Pacific or European theater, they faced …
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