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Camp Wayne. . Civil War training camp for the then 5th Congressional District was located on the old fairgrounds. The 16th, 36th, 57th, 69th, 74th, 84th, and 124th regiments of Indiana Volunteers were organized and trained here. …
This Tablet Marks the Boundary Line Between Government and Indian Lands fixed by Gen. Anthony Wayne and Twelve Tribes of Indians in the Greenville Treaty 1795 also The Site of Salisbury 1/3 mile south east —— the first Cou…
Side AAs a traveling missionary and preacher, Quinn helped establish the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME) in free and slave states before the Civil War. He influenced the faith, community, and education of thousands of black …
Named for John Sailor, Richmond's first mayor after incorporation in 1840. As taverns required a back entrance on a street, this alley north of Main, from 7th to 11th, was named Sailor Street. This site is where the Starr House, noted hotel …
In honor of thosewho gave their livesfor their community Amos Markle, Mar. 13, 1884George Little, July 8, 1916Elmer Stephenson, July 8, 1916John Hennigar, Oct. 21, 1924 Police Officer's Prayer "Lord I ask for courageCourage to face andcon…
Charles Mosey,president of MoseyManufacturing, beganhis notable careerby making recorddies in 1946.
A living memorial dedicated in commemoration of those who made the supreme sacrifice in World War II from Wayne Township In grateful tribute to all men and women of this area who have or will serve in defense of our countryRededicated by Vetera…
Dedicatedto those whoservedinVietnam
Dedicatedto those whofought to keepSouth Koreafree and tothose whomaintainthe vigilance. Dedicated June 23, 1984
Donated and built byThe Citizens of Wayne Countyin grateful appreciation and eternal remembrance ofWayne County Veterans,of all wars, killed in action or declared missing,who have made the supreme sacrificethat freedom might continue to bless mank…