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Ashville Bell from old fire hall Donated by Clayton Lloyd Rung by Clayton Lloyd, Harland Lloyd and Ron Graham at end of WWII
Ashville Union Free School District No. 3 on this site ca. 1885-2008 served towns of Harmony and N. Harmony until 1982.
Roll-O-Bowl On this site 1956-1960 Sunday jalopy races held on quarter mile dirt track. Built by McNitt brothers on their grandmother's farm.
On July 15, 1944 an army air force B-24 bomber piloted by Blockville native Lt. Levine Nelson fell from the sky two hundred yards from this monument. The aircraft and crew were in route to the European theater of World War II. Six of the nine crew…
I created this sculpture to honour the courage of these men: sons, husbands and fathers, who endangered and often sacrificed their lives in the hope of freeing the french people. "Les Braves" consists of three elements: The Wings of H…
Left side of marker: Remember Omaha They climbed aboard with anxious heart, The madly sea-tossed landing-craft, The Sea-fog on that sad morn, All but shrouded the pale dawn, As it heav'n itself dared not see the hounds of hell that day set…
The eyes of the world are upon you... I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty, and skill in battle.
On three outer walls of the U-shaped monument are quotes from three major Allied leaders: We too born to freedom and believing in freedom are willing to fight to maintain freedom. We and all others who believe as deeply as we do would rather die …
From North and South in our land we came that freedom might prevail. On D-Day, 6 June 1944, in the great allied amphibious assault, the 29th Infantry Division stormed ashore on Omaha Beach to win a beachhead. Our fallen lie among you. They gave …