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over which were driven between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains the stage coaches and freight wagons of the Overland and Butterfield Lines, this
Great Plains Highway
was a thoroughfare for emigrant trains, gold seekers,…
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has been designated aNational Historic LandmarkThis site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America
This barn was constructed in 1873 by T.C. Henry, the first Mayor of Abilene. The structure was moved to this site in 1961. It was donated to Old Abilene Town by Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Cruse.
has been placed on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior
Pioneer & Founder ofThe J. B. Ehrsam and SonsManufacturing Company
This post commemorates and marks the first terminus of the old Chisholm Cattle Trail, which extended from Brownsville, Texas, some 1,000 miles to the south. This post is identical to 400 Trail posts placed across Oklahoma (Indian Territory) by Bob…
To this homestead Divine providence brought David Jacob Eisenhower and Ida Stover Eisenhower. They lived in piety and Christian service, brought sons into the world, and taught them the ways of righteousness, of charity to all men and reverence to…
DedicatedMay 7-1941in memory ofOur FathersThe Grand Armyof the Republic1861-65
Dedicated in August, 1981, during the 100th anniversary observance of the Abilene Municipal Band, in honor of Mr. Royer's 60 years as a dedicated and talented director of this band.
By resolution of the Abilene City Commission