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To the soldiers who were killed in battle with Sioux Indians at Wounded Knee and Drexel Mission, South Dakota, December 29 and 30, 1890.
Erected as a tribute of affection by their comrades of the Medical Department and Seventh Cavalry, U.S. Arm…
Erected to the memory of Confederate soldiers whose remains are laid to rest here. They were captured during the New Mexico campaign that culminated in the Battle of Glorieta Pass fought on March 28, 1862 near Santa Fe.
Approximately 130 Confed…
In this area rest the remains of approximately 100 soldiers, civilian workers, and their dependents who perished at Fort Riley, Kansas Territory, during the cholera epidemic in the summer of 1855. These soldiers and civilian workers were engaged i…
Brevet Major E.A. OGDENAssistant QuartermasterU.S. Armydied at Fort RileyAug. 3rd 1855 Aged 44 years
And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth; yea saith the spir…
This area encompasses a portion of the National Rifle Range.
The idea for such a site originated with Congressional legislation in 1904. The Army's growing emphasis on marksmanship and the idea that Fort Riley was the geographical center of th…
Used as an indoor training arena by mounted troops, the Cavalry School, and the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Team and for horse shows and polo games until 1948.
Armament: .50 cal. machine gunCrew: 3 plus 10 infantryWeight: 18,800 lbsSpeed: 45 mphRange: 220 miles
The basic M3 half-track was fielded in 1940 and used on all fronts throughout World War II. This vehicle proved reliable and as adapted to car…
Model. M65 280 m.m.Weight. 42,500 lbs.Length. 42 feet
(1) One of only (3) three in existence, the other two are located at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma and the U.S. Army Ordinance Center in Aberdeen, Maryland. It was placed in service November 17, 1952 a…
North on scenic K-177 is Manhattan, home of Kansas State University, established as Bluemont College in 1858. Above Manhattan is the huge Tuttle Creek dam and reservoir, described in the 1950s by embattled valley residents as "Big Dam Foolishness.…
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West Riding HallConstructed 1908Used as an indoor training arena by mounted troops, the Cavalry School, and the U.S. Olympic equestrian team and for horse shows and polo games until 1952
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Polk Hallin memo…