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This boulder is placed by the Kenosha Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution to mark the site of the first free school outside of New England in the Union. It was opened June 18, 1845. The pioneers in this work were: Michael FrankJosiah …
This propertyKenosha County Courthousehas been placed on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior———————Kenosha County Courthouseand Jail1923-25City of Kenosha L…
Begun about 1654 by Morton Mortonson, ancestor of John Morton, Pennsylvania signer of the Declaration in 1776.[ghosted]Administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
It is to the members of our Armed Forces from the City and County of Kenosha who sacrificed their lives defending our freedom that this memorial is dedicated. It stands as a tribute to all of our veterans. [Roll of Honored Dead] Mexican War …
In memory of these menwho gave their lives atPearl Harbor and other basesDecember 7, 1941 [Roll of Honored Deadfrom the State of Wisconsin]
In memory ofCapt. John J. FrostUSNR RetiredWWII KoreaDestroyer Duty————————Dedicated in memory of departed shipmates of the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard of Kenosha County Lawrence Bauman ·…
[Title is text] Anchor donated by Sgt. Richard Mickelsen
In tribute to those who served inOperationsDesert Shield / Storm Dedicated byD. I. M. E. S.Duties in the Middle East SupportCoat of Arms Post 2751Veterans of Foreign Wars,andthe Citizens of Kenosha CountyJuly 4, 1992 In memory ofSgt. William…
Kenoshans have fought and died in seven wars, leaving a legacy of courage and devotion, and a selfless contribution to our survival as a free nation. This boulder is from a World War Two battle area near the city of Naha, Okinawa. The sand is f…
"The Forgotten War" This memorial is dedicated to all U.S. military veterans that served in the fight for freedom against the Communist forces on the Korean Peninsula. "You Are Not Forgotten"