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Crusoe Island. Site of Crusoe Post Office until 1852. Home of Senator David H. Evans, 1837-1920. Stage relaying barns were located here. State Education Department 1935
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When women first demanded "the elective franchise" or the right to vote at the 1848 convention, they secured their own and the Wesleyan Chapel's place in history. In 1908 this community and descendants of the convention's participants proudly unve…
This Memorial recognizes the 57 men from
Waterloo who died in the Civil War.
Local residents sculpted the individual cenotaphs.
The white marble Star Stone honors
all of the 620,000 Confederate and Union
soldiers and sailors who died in the…
Organized 1796 by
Rev. Daniel Thatcher of Virginia
This building erected 1838
This monument is
dedicated to those
men and women who
served and trained at
Sampson Air Force Base
during the years
1950 to 1956
By the bond of men
their flight is won
[Sculpture] "Pitching Up"
Dexter Benedict · Sculptor
to those who served
their country in
time of need
The Three Bears
have been placed on the
of Historic Places
by the United States
Department of the Interior
1845 · 1860 · 1845
This memorial is dedicated to those brave Sampson Navy Men who gave their lives fighting our enemies in action during World War Two.
Our national organization of 6000 Sampson WW-2 Navy Veterans, we the survivors, dedicate this monument to their e…
Bolstered by the success of the air assaults during World War II, United States Air Force leaders aggressively pursued upgrading the air fleet to the latest jet-propulsion technology.
The Leap to the Jet Age
Two years after entering World War II…
At the onset of World War II, new naval stations were needed to train the numerous recruits expected to enlist. The area that is presently Sampson State Park was a desirable inland location for the station. It had sufficient level land situated ne…