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Erected by G. G. Gageto the memory ofhis comrades who fell atThe Battle of the Blue.Oct. 22, 1864. By the blood of these heroes, andtheir compatriots, this greatRepublic was made to live 2nd Regiment K. S. M.from Shawnee Co.Commanded by Col.…
First Class Private, "Runner," Company B, 361st Infantry, 91st Division. Born February 7th, 1893. Killed in battle in the Argonne September 27th, 1918, and in honor of every "Runner" that lost his life in the service of the A.E.F. this monum…
This memorial is given as atribute for those who workedunselfishly in restoring ourcity to normalcy, and asa memorial to those wholost their lives in thetornado of June 8, 1966. Lisle Grauer · Mary BeasleyCraig Beymer · Calvin Wol…
Son of the Kansa Nation Shawnee County AttorneyCongressmanU.S. SenatorSenate Majority Leader Charles Curtis1860 - 1936
Born Jan. 10, 1808,Died Nov. 21, 1884.————Founder of the Topeka Cemetery
Free State Capitol of Kansas Territory, 1855-1861Used as the Kansas Capitol, 1864-1869 Constitution Hall is Topeka's oldest building. In October 1855, Free Staters held Topeka's first convention here, to organize a free state government and rat…
Delaware, 1st StateDecember 7, 17871609 · Henry Hudson visited Delaware Bay1638 · Swedish colonists established Fort Christina, Delaware's first permanent settlement, and founded the colony of New Sweden1655 · Dutch captured N…
The Corridor of Flags outlines BNSF Railway Plaza leading to the All Veterans Memorial. The unique sculpture represents the flame of liberty, embodying the American ideals of freedom and democracy. It is erected in tribute to the members of Americ…
has been designated aNationalHistoric LandmarkThis site possessesnational significancein commemorating thehistory of theUnited States of America
This tree is dedicatedin honor ofAttorney GeneralRobert T. Stephanfor his leadershipin passage of laws anda Constitutional Amendmenton behalf of the rights ofall crime victims in KansasJuly 1, 1989