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Fought Sept. 29 and 30, 1864. The night of Sept. 27, 1000 Union troops under Gen. Ewing, forced to evacuate Ft. Davidson at Pilot Knob or be annihilated, escaped through enemy lines. Gen. Price sent Gen. Marmaduke and Gen. Shelby in pursuit. Union…
May 22, 2011 - The people of Joplin pull each other from the rubble. Memorial Hall becomes makeshift hospital, stage becomes the morgue. AmeriCorps sends its first volunteers to help. Thousands of volunteers begin to arrive. May 23, 2011 - Govern…
At the peak of the hill in the distance, is an outdoor chapel. The chapel sits on the sit of what was St. John's Regional Medical Center at the location of the old chapel. At 5:41 pm, the tornado reached its highest intensity at 26th and Maiden La…
5:34 pm: Touches down west of Joplin 5:41 pm: Reaches Cunningham Park Highest Classification: EF5 Wind Speed: Excess 200+ mph Duration: 38 Minutes Length: 13 Miles Peak Width: 3/4+ Mile Lives Lost: 161 Injured: Over 1,000 Trees Destroyed:…
Directly in front of you is the Volunteer Tribute, designed and built by Drury University to honor the 126,000+ volunteers who came to the aid of Joplin within minutes, for months and beyond. The four circles represent Rescue, Recovery, Demolition…
In remembrance of our citizens lost on May 22, 2011 in the tragic tornado that struck Joplin at 5:41 pm [Roll of 161 Remembered Dead]
To The City of Joplin And The "SEASONING OF LIVES" Lost During, And From The Aftermath Of The May 22, 2011 Tornado Dedicated November 22, 2011
In honor of the volunteers who selflessly contributed to the rescue, recovery, and redevelopment efforts after the tornado on May 22, 2011 Joplin, Missouri.
The Butterfly Garden and Overlook is an open space, sacred place for individuals to work through the pain of grieving. Four tasks help us move into the next phase of life, each represented as architectural and natural elements throughout the garde…
Given in commemoration of St. John's Centennial by St. John's Auxiliary Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
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