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Erected by the Citizens of the Seventh and Eleventh Wards of the City of Williamsport and Woodard and Old Lycoming Townships in memory of the Soldiers Sailors and Nurses who served in the World War [Died in Service] Frank Raymond …
Arts and Crafts style house built by Judge Lester Bordelon. Features a large central hallway flanked by gracious rooms and beveled glass entrance.
In August of 1938, Carl E. Stotz, Little League's founder, brought ten boys ages nine to twelve to this very site and laid out the dimensions for a baseball diamond suitable for youth their age. The bases were newspaper, the distance between them …
Two Louisiana governors were born nearby~~William W. Heard (1900~1904) and Ruffin G. Pleasant (1916~1920). Post office established 1851 and discontinued 1906. Site of Concord Institute, a Baptist college, ca. 1877~1884.
The 1938 inspiration for Little League Baseball practicing at Uncle Tuck's [Carl E. Stotz] in 1939 ——————————— Founders and First Generation of Volunteer Personnel and Sp…
Born 1788 New York City. Killed in combat September 1814. West Point Graduate 1806. As Military Engineer Helped build Castle Williams, N.Y. and Ft. Norfolk Va. Honored by naming of Fort Wood in New York Harbor and monument at West Point. He plann…
Located at 7th and Water Streets SW, the District of Columbia morgue was built in 1904 and demolished in 1939 when the city morgue moved to a more modern facility.
Created February 2, 1842 from Montgomery and Houston counties Recreated January 22, 1858 Organized August 2, 1858 Named in honor of General James Hamilton, 1786-1857 Lawyer and Governor of South Carolina Appointed diplomatic agent to Europe…
This site on Honey Creek marks the beginning in 1856 of the settlement of Hico. Earliest families to locate here J. G. Barbee, James R. and Henry Fuller, Isaac Steen, Isaac and Thomas Malone. In 1860 John R. Alford, a merchant, became the first …
This monument was erected in 1887 to honor Daniel Leasure, who was an American Soldier that served in the Union Army as a Colonel and Brigade Commander during the American Civil War. Mr. Leasure attended Greersburg Academy across the street from h…
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