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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1QGO_gen-john-a-logan_Salina-KS.html
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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1J14_saline-county-cemetery_Salina-KS.html
In June of 1872 Saline County obtained ownership of the North East Quarter of Section 25 for, and to be used as, "a country farm and asylum for the poor" except an one acre tract to be used as a cemetery. This site is the one acre tract known as t…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1J0S_st-barnabus-hospital-portico-columns_Salina-KS.html
These columns came from the portico of St. Barnabus Hospital (1909-1922) which later became the St. John's Junior School (1922-1964) Scientia · Virtus · Disciplina LTC Russell "Russ" Lund Guernsey Commandant-Instructor-Scientis…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1J0Q_st-johns-military-school-veterans-memorial_Salina-KS.html
Dedicated, this Veterans Day, to the memory of all of those cadets of St. Johns Military School who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States in this last century. A special salute to those cadets who have given their lives to defend th…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1J0P_dennis-gerard-pugh_Salina-KS.html
Major Dennis Gerard Pugh was born on February 10, 1944 in Hutchinson, Kansas. He attended grade school at New Cambria, KS and high school in Salina, KS, where he graduated in 1962. He attended Boy's State in Wichita and went to the University of K…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM187K_the-founders-of-the-salina-town-company_Salina-KS.html
WereWilliam A. Phillips · Alexander M. Campbell · Alexander C. Spilman · James Muir · David Phillips Their motto for Salina"Religion first, Education second, Business third" Original town founded in 1858 contained…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM187J_founders-park_Salina-KS.html
In early February, 1858, Colonel William A. Phillips, Alexander M. Campbell, and James Muir, seeking a location for a townsite, explored the banks of the Smoky Hill River. They drove the stakes to found Salina in this immediate area. This park com…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1740_the-old-mule-skinner_Salina-KS.html
In the U.S. Army of long ago, the mule-skinner was the wagon driver who was dedicated to the job of getting supplies through to the fighting men in the field. The Mule-Skinner Club of St. John's Military School was organized in 1967. Through th…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM173Y_lt-col-paul-h-kellogg-usmc_Salina-KS.html
Following distinguished 25 year career in Marine Corps that spanned three wars, Colonel Kellogg spent the next 22 years developing hundreds of SJMS Cadets into successful men.———————This sculpture created …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM173X_col-james-b-irwin_Salina-KS.html
10 October 1973Pointing to the Moon & the Heavens above, this flagpole is dedicated to the Glory of God & as a tribute toCol. James B. Irwinwho walked on that Moon during theApollo 15 flight26 July - 7 August 1971
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