Historical Marker Series

Pony Express National Historic Trail

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On Central Overland Route For Supplies to Emigrants, Pony Express, Stage Coaches, Ranches & Travelers, from 1859 to 1900's
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[Obverse:] Dedicated April 23, 1997SOLANO HOTELPony Express RouteApr. 23, 1860 - Sep. 8, 1861Home StationApr. 23, 1860 - Apr. 15, 1861ByBenicia Historical SocietyBenicia (N.G.S.W.)Native SonsBenicia Volunteer Fire DepartmentPony Express Trail Association …
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{Obverse:}Dedicated September 15, 2001NEVADAAdded StationJul. 1, 1861 - Nov. 20, 1861ByBennetts FamilyJames StreteskyDayton Historic SocietyDon, Nancy, Jody & Jeff DallasRobert & Rae Marie Foster FamilyPony Express Trail Association {Reverse:}Dayton in 1…
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Pony Express TrailThis plaque commemorates the passage in 1860 and 1861 of the Pony Express riders from Sacramento to San Francisco through what is now Orinda. Sponsored by the City of Orinda's Historical Landmark Committee and the Pony Express Trail As…
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{Obverse:}Dedicated April 23, 1998Halfway HouseAdded StationApr. 23, 1860 - Sep. 8, 1861BySidney & Diane Schroeder FamilyRon Dupratt FamilyJohn & Patty Greiner FamilyDixon Historical SocietyAmerican Legion Dixon Post #208Pony Express Trail Association {R…
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{Obverse:}Dedicated April 23, 1998Rockville HouseAdded StationApr. 3, 1860 - Sep. 8, 1861ByRockville InnFloyd & Lillian HembreeJoseph C. Wolfskill FamilyRamirez Towing - Rudy's Auto BodySolano #39 (NGSW) Native SonsPony Express Trail Association {Reverse…
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This was the site of the western business headquarters of Russell, Majors, and Waddell — founders, owners, and operators of the Pony Express, 1860-1861. The firm's main office was in Leavenworth, Kansas. W.W. Finney was the western representative in S…
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Strategically placed relay stations across the western frontier proved to be a major contributing factor to the early success of the Pony Express mail service. "Station keeps," assigned to these outposts readied swift horses, fresh and rested, for each ride…
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This MonumentMarks the Site of theGreat Salt Lake City StationofThe Pony ExpressSt. Joseph Mo. Sacramento Cal.Inaugurated April 3,1860
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On September 14, 1861 the "Central Overland California and Pike's Peak Express Co." who were the original owners and operators of the Pony Express moved their offices from the Patee House in St. Joseph, Missouri to here at the "Massasoit House." It was loca…
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