Swedes began settling in the western part of McCulloch County in 1907. A sunday school was begun that year, and the families met for worship in homes. A church congregation was formally organized in 1910 with fifteen charter members. A ladies aid …
(Battleground 1 mi. N of Marker) Near here in 1874 or 1875, 18 Indians attacked W. B. Brown and two comrades, spooking one horse and capturing bedrolls and grub, but sparing the men, who thankfully escaped. In the 1870s, when they were being drive…
We are building the largest online collection of historical markers, along with other markers that
represent significant events, people, places, and more, but we can't do it without your help. Become
a member and you'll be able to add historical markers, post comments, save favorites, check in, and
Subscribe To Our Newsletter
Keep up with everything we do — We'll deliver our newsletter to your inbox each week.