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In memory of Moses Grinter who was sent here by the government in 1831 to establish the first ferry on the Kansas River. He operated a trading post for the Delaware Indian tribe until 1860, when it was closed. Delaware was the first post office in…
Built by Moses R. Grinter in 1857 on the then Delaware Indian Reserve, this house was near the point where in 1831 he had begun operation of the first ferry on the Kansas River. For many years following its survey in 1837 the Fort Leavenworth - Fo…
Just east of this marker, at a point where an old Indian trail led to the water's edge, Moses Grinter established the first ferry on the Kansas River. The year was 1831, and Grinter became the earliest permanent white settler in the area. His ferr…
When the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, many different Indian nations occupied what is now the United States. European settlement gradually resulted in many of these native peoples being pushed to the west.
In 1825 the U.S. government resolv…
In June, 1804, Lewis and Clark, exploring the Louisiana Purchase, camped where the Kansas river empties into the Missouri. Forty years later the Wyandot Indians were moved here from Ohio. Their tribal burial ground, Huron cemetery, may still be se…
In commemoration of theethnic communities presentin the newWyandotte Countycreated in 1859
Shawnee-Delaware · Wyandot · African · GermanIrish · English · Scottish · Danish
1909Within this 50 year spa…
This memorial is erected in recognition of the men and women who built the B-25 bombers at the North American Aviation plant in Kansas City, Kansas, during World War II.
Between December 1941, and August 1945, over 50,000 employees built 6,608 …
This Memorial is dedicated to the American Farmer past, present and future
To the Farmers of AmericaBecause of the sacrifices that you have madeBecause of the hardships that you have enduredBecause of your determination to succeedThis National …
To Honor Those WhoServe Our Country
"Some Give AllAll Give Some"
In Memory ofthe soldiers and sailors who fought in defence of the Union 1861 - 1865