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Erected 1900In memory of thosewho fought in defenseof the Union1861-1865
Dedicated to those who served and died May their sacrifice forever inspire freedom "I was that which others did not want to be. I went where others feared to go, and did what others feared to do. I asked nothing from those who gave nothing, and r…
On Memorial Day May 30, 1969 the American Legion Post 88 Manitowoc dedicated the eternal flame to all veterans of Manitowoc County. The flame was kept burning with donations from the American Legion, other veterans organizations and concerned citi…
Andrew Miller was born on August 11, 1916 in Manitowoc, the third son of Henry and Margaret Miller. He was inducted into the United States Army in June 1942 at Two Rivers. Miller landed in France on September 14, 1944, part of the Allied invasion …
This bouldermarks the square where theFirst Court House and Jailwere locatedin Manitowoc CountyBuilt in 1840
1861 - 1865Grand ArmyofThe RepublicH.M. Walker PostNo. 18
This tablet marks theOld Military Roadcompleted in 1840used betweenFort Howard (Green Bay)andFort Dearborn (Chicago)
Chief of the ChippewaOttawa and MenomineeIndians of Manitowoc Co Signed the treaties ofButte des Mortes - 1827Green Bay - 1828Prairie du Chien - 1829Chicago - 1833 Friend of the Early Settlers
Memorial Treeplanted in honor of theGrand Army of the Republicby its Auxillary theNational Woman's Relief Corps
This tree is plantedin memory ofour fallen comradesof the World War- For God and Country -
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