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Site of first free ferry on Smoky Hill River 1858-1867 Commemorated by Saline County Chapter Native Daughters of Kansas December 10, 1933
These seats were erected to the memory of Charles Edward Hyde, Born at Lee, Mass. Feb'y 2, 1853. Died of consumption July 17, 1881. Aged 23 years. His body is buried here. ——..........—— He was for several years c…
Dedicated to the memory of those who gave of their lives in defense of liberty for their country Flag flying in memory of all veterans
Brooklyn-based artist, Molly Dilworth, combined traditional European and Afro-Caribbean patterns for Oakdale/Carver pool. Integrating the histories of Salina's summer pastime activity - swimming - the large 1920's municipal pool (more recently an …
In appreciation of Robert J. Paulette, P. E. —————————— His vision and foresight paved the way for a better and safer Salina. His outstanding contribution was the idea of local f…
Daughter of Wallace H. & Mary Louise Johnson. Pioneer family of 1858. Born, Abilene, Kan. Aug 28, 1872. Went to her rest, Salina, Kan. July 7, 1939. Charter member Business & Professional Women's Club. Only woman member of Kansas Anti-Horse Thie…
Our Unknown Dead Are Remembered
In 1918 this gateway was erected as a memorial to Civil and Spanish War veterans. The bronze statue on the left is a Union soldier while the one on the right is a Rough Rider. The original gateway was 12 feet apart and included a folding bronze ga…
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With the faith and courage of their forefathers who made possible the freedom of these United States The Boy Scouts of America dedicate this copy of the Statue of Liberty as a pledge of everlasting fidelity and and loyalty 40th Annivers…