Birch Coulee State Monument

Birch Coulee State Monument (HM1BFF)

Location: Morton, MN 56270 Renville County
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Country: United States of America
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N 44° 33.153', W 94° 58.36'

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Sept. 2d. & 3d., 1862.

north side Erected by the State of Minnesota in grateful remembrance of the Heroism of those gallant soldiers and citizens who fought the Battle of Birch Coulee and to perpetuate their names.

Capt. Hiram P. Grant. Co. A. 6th Minnesota Vol. Inf. Commanding. · J.W. Daniels Surgeon.

Co. A Killed.
Sergt. W. Irvine, J. Cooledge, Corp. W. Cobb, G. Colter, C.F. Coyle, C.L. King,H. Rolleau, W. Russell, H. Whetsler.

Co. G.
T.C.W. Beneken, B.S. Terry.

Co. A. Wounded.
Corp. S. Carbuckle, G.W. Eagles, E. Brown, E.S. Blase, S. Fielding, S. Hapt, A. Hayford, D.G. House, C. Mayall, D.H. McCauley, W.A. Newcomb, F.C. Shanley, C.W. Smith, W. Vayhinger, S.J. Weiting.

Co. G.
S. Clark, T. Barnes, B. Viles.

east side 2nd Lt. G.W. Turnbull, Sergt. L.S. Elliot, Corp. J.C. Hooper, J.T. Farley, A.B. Dunn, Corp. J. Caursole, F.C. Griswold, T. Connelly, C.A. Earle, G. Weaver, T.E. Byrne, J. Galbraith, W. Hart, M. Nelson, J. Osia.

W. Caplowe, D. Caruthers, A. Faribault, C.H. Faribault, W.H. Grant, H. Krueger, J.J. Frazer, F. Patch.

J.W. De Camp, D. Holbrook, H. Smith.

Wounded.J.R. Brown, D. Blair, J.J. Galbraith, C.D. Redfield, F. Rose, J.E. Sherwin, J. Shaska, W. Forman.
Erected 1894.
C. D. Gilfilan, A. G. Stoddard, R. B. Henton, J. W. Daniels, S. G. Arbuckle, W. H. Grant, Comm.

west sideCo. D. & E.
C. Swargert, L. Klinkhammer, R. Miller.

Co. F.
R. K. Boyd, E. Braman.

Co. I.
J. S. J. Bean, H.M.L.T. Brown.

Co. K.
M. McDonald, John Gunn.

Co. A.
Capt. H.P. Grant, 1st Lt. H.J. Gillham, 2d. Lt. J.E. Baldwin, Sergt. W. Pratt, G. Brennan, A.P. Connelly, Corp. S. Walters, W.F. Barnes, J. Staples, M.B. Field, R. Olson, B.F. Arbuckle, J. Auge, W.W. Bolton, C. Bryant, W.H. Bowers, P.H. Burnes, L. Brunelle, P. Brunelle, W.H. Gaine, B. Derosie, E.A. Erickson, P. Felix, D. Felix, P.H. Freaney, C.B. Gardner, H. Greenlee, G.W. Hard, W. Havens, J.H. Havens, A.G. Hillberge, J. Howard, F. Jarvis, M. Johnson, John R. King, A. Kilpatrick, J.S. Leyda, H.C. Marsden.

south side S. Linstrom, L. Malo, J. Madison, M. Meneken, T. Miller, D. Murphy, M. Nealey, G. Memo, H. Olson, J. Quinn, W.H. Rassman, W. Schurer, M.R. Seaman, D. Sweaney, D.F. Teswilleger, P.H. Thielan, F. Trepan, B. Webber, R. White, J. Right, T.S. Wirt, J. Young.

Co. B.
A. Thompson, J. Lafens.

Co. D.
J.N. Richardson.

Co. E.
Lewis Thiele.

Lt. J.H. Swan Co. I. 3d Regt. Minn. Vol.,
Capt. Anderson's Co. Killed.
R. Baxter, J. Freeman, R. Gibbens.

Capt. J. Anderson, P. Burkman, E.W. Earle, J. Martin, T. Barton, J. Cunningham, H. Fandle, D.M. Smith, A.H. Bunker, G. Dashney, C. Holmes, C.P. Troxel.

1st Lt. J. Brown, G.W. Brown, J.J. Egan.
Marker Number7
Year Placed1894
Placed ByThe State of Minnesota
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014 at 5:13am PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)15T E 343317 N 4935139
Decimal Degrees44.55255000, -94.97266667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 44° 33.153', W 94° 58.36'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds44° 33' 9.18" N, 94° 58' 21.60" W
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Area Code(s)507
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 100-198 650th Ave, Morton MN 56270, US
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