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Crossroad of Destiny: Union or DisunionThe year of 1861 was one of crisis and decision making for Missouri. Throughout her history, Missouri had stood at many crossroads, for virtually all of the major routes leading from East to West intersected …
This park was the scene ofthe last skirmish of theBattle of CarthageJuly 5, 1861
This park given toCity of CarthagebyDr. J. A. CarterAug. 9, 1897
Here are our comrades from Missouri, Patriots All.May they never be forgotten and God be with them forever.
[Honor Roll of Missouri Casualties]
If you are able, save for them a placeinside of you, and save one backward glancewhen you are lea…
World War IIMarvin Charles Alexander · Emmett L. Alumbaugh · Charles Guindell Baldwin · James E. Bandy · Charles Robert Berkley · Stanley Bowman · Clyde R. Callaway · Edward "Bud" Chapman · R…
In memory of Charles Pollard Wood, who died July 11, 1898 while training at Camp George H. Thomas, Chickamauga, Georgia. A Sergeant in Company A, 2nd Missiouri Infantry (Carthage). Only person to "lay in state" in the Jasper County Courthouse. Com…
Osage forced from this region by State Militia
In memory of the men in blue and gray who fought here on July 5, 1861.
Dedicated by the United Veterans of Carthage, who fought side by side in four foreign wars, on July 4, 1961.
In early July, 1861 units of the Missouri State Guard under the command of Governor Claiborne Fox Jackson were en route to extreme southwest Missouri to there organize and train to resist Federal dominance of the state. On July 5 the Guard found i…
In memory ofThe Brave Menwho fell July 5, 1861,in the Battle of Carthage.
C. S. M. A.Mrs. Cindarilla F. Mealy, Pres.Mrs. Lucinda Hampton, [?]
Meade Soldiers Rest! Thy warfare o'er Sleep the sleep that knows no waking Dream of battlefields no more
Grant On Fames eternal camping ground Their silent tents are spread And glory guards with solumn round The Bivovac of …