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Died Nov. 10. 1864 of wounds received at the battle of Big Blue River Oct. 23. 1864.
Dedicated to the Soldiers who died while serving their country at Fort Larned, Kansas (1859-1878). In 1888, remains were relocated from the post cemetery to Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery, Section B, where they were not identified. Among the m…
Who was killed in an engagement
with the Sioux Indians near Fort Laramie. N. T., August 18, 1854.
Samuel Turner Shepperd,
son of Honorable A. H. Shepperd
of North Carolina.
Died at Fort Leavenworth,
K. T. June 27, 1855
Aged 24 yrs, 3 mos.
He graduated at West Point in June 1854, entered the army as Brevet 2nd Lieut, 2nd Infantry and wa…
Born 05 Apr 1937
Harlem, New York
Graduated ROTC, City College
of New York, 1958
Alma Vivian Johnson, 25 Aug 1962
Luther and Maud Powell
- First Black -
Secretary of State
National Security Advisor
Chairman, Joint Chie…
We dedicate this tree to the American Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Airmen of all conflicts, to all who sacrificed their lives in the cause of freedom, and to the patriotism and unity found in the hearts of the American People. Let this tree s…
This monument was dedicated September 16, 1938 by survivors of the 32nd United States Volunteer Infantry in commemoration of those gallant comrades who made the supreme sacrifice during the Philippine Insurrection 1898-1901
[Roll of Honored Dea…
Founder of theModern Method of Instructionin the American Army
This building and Sheridan Hall to the west were built in 1859 as Ordnance store houses. In 1882, it was remodeled to house Headquarters of the Department of Missouri. It was occupied in 1890 by the Infantry and Cavalry School, forerunner of the C…
On 4 July 1976, the 200th birthday of our Republic, this French cannon was dedicated as a symbol of the aid received from France during our struggle for independence.
France provided men, money, materiel, and moral support without which the str…