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The National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers was established by Congressional legislation and approved by President Abraham Lincoln on March 3, 1865. Its purpose was "...to care for him who shall have borne the battle..." as stated in Presi…
In memory ofcomrades buriedin this home cemetery 1861 - 1865 The Union Forever N.W.B.N.H. for D.V.S.Jan. 1903
"The markers in this memorial areahonor veterans whose remainshave not been recovered oridentified, were buried at sea,donated to science, or crematedand the ashes scattered."
Abraham Lincoln1809 - 1865President, Emancipator, Martyr With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in; to bind up the Nation's wounds;…
The first church built in Wisconsin specifically as a Roman Catholic Cathedral, dedicated in 1853, and designated in 1974 as a Milwaukee Landmark in recognition of its architectural and historical significance to the community. Original Corners…
On this site stood theFirst Court House 1836-1870First Jail 1836 - 1847First County Offices 1844-1870Second Jail 1847-1870 This tablet erected byMilwaukee CountyUnder direction of theOld Settlers Club of Milwaukee County1900
Dedicated on November 11, 1957, to forever honor the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces to protect and preserve our freedom, especially those who gave their lives. [Inside the building]Milwaukee County War Memorial Cente…
Solomon Juneau,First White Settler of Milwaukee,MDCCCXVIII Solomon Juneau,First Mayor of Milwaukee,MDCCCXXXXVI The gift ofCharles T. Bradley,andWilliam H. Metcalfto theCity of Milwaukee
To the memory of thosewho served1917-1918
At the State Fair on these Grounds In 1859Near this SpotABRAHAM LINCOLNMade an addressThis tablet as a reminder of that event was erected under the auspices of the Old Settlers Club of Milwaukee County in 1928