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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHL_100th-meridian_North-Platte-NE.html
100th Meridian. Geological Astronomic Survey 41° - 08' West 100th Meridian Moved from Lot 8 Block 98 original town, by Lincoln County Historical Society June 27, 1940 Originally erected in 1864 Hauled to North Platte by ox team …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHK_comanche-park_Custer-SD.html
Comanche Park. Comanche, an Indian mustang ridden by Captain Keogh, Seventh U.S. Cavalry, was named for the Comanche Indians, from whom he was captured. The buckskin horse proved dependable under fire and was ridden by Keogh during the ill-fate…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHJ_old-city-hall_Richmond-VA.html
Old City Hall. Old City Hall A Registered National Landmark Built: 1886-1894 Restored: 1983-1984 Developer: Cranston Development Company Architect: Landmarks Design Associates General Contractor: Navarro Corporation Interior Design: Morewoo…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHI_richmond-virginia-bicentennial_Richmond-VA.html
Richmond, Virginia Bicentennial. Richmond, Surrey, England, visited by William Byrd in his boyhood, inspired the name for Richmond, Virginia. Commemorating that fact, the Virginia Branch of the English Speaking Union presents this tablet to Richmo…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHH_cameron-morrison-school_Hoffman-NC.html
Cameron Morrison School. State home and school for boys, opened 1925. Gives academic, vocational, and agricultural training. Three miles W. Division of Archives and History 1999 var plainText = document.getElementById('inscrip…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHG_slave-cabin_Saint-Simons-Island-GA.html
Slave Cabin. This tabby slave cabin of Retreat Plantation, now the Sea Island Golf Course, was one of eight cabins that stood in this area, known as New Field. The slaves who lived here tilled the Sea Island cotton fields nearby. Each of these cab…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHF_heber-c-kimball-grist-mill_Bountiful-UT.html
Heber C. Kimball Grist Mill. This site was surveyed August 1, 1892 and the mill (largest of it's time in Utah) was dedicated May 6, 1853. . . Built on rock foundation with solid adobe walls trimmed with red sandstone, this Burr mill operated un…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHD_residential-life-in-mid-19th-century-ann-arbor_Ann-Arbor-MI.html
Residential Life in Mid-19th Century Ann Arbor. . In 1858 Main Street jeweler Joseph C. Watts built his large brick home on the northeast corner of Liberty and Division within easy walking distance of his Main Street shop. Multiple fireplaces, a…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHC_first-united-methodist-church_Pineville-LA.html
First United Methodist Church. . 1802-1806 First Circuit Riders (ministers) began work in Louisiana. . 1811 Rapides Circuit formed - Miles Harper presiding Elder. . 1814 John Shrock began work in Rapides area of Louisiana. . 1817 Ashley Hewit…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2CHB_camp-claiborne_Forest-Hill-LA.html
Camp Claiborne. . (Activated Oct. 1940 - Deactivated Dec. 1945) . Camp Claiborne was named for William C. C. Claiborne, first governor of the state of Louisiana. The camp was part of the 8th Service Command. It was also home for the US Army's 34…
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