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In 1948 fire destroyed this area. Thru public funding, and labor, in 1949, this Memorial Building, arose. [Engraved stone reads] Lewis, Iowa First 1855 Home, Cass County, Court House
Beginning in February of 1846, the vanguard of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons) struggled across southern Iowa on the way to their "New Zion" in the Rocky Mountains. The trek from Nauvoo, Illinois, to Kanesville (Coun…
Hitchcock House —————————— In sparsely settled Cass County an entire company was enlisted in Lewis, 1862. Company I 23rd Infantry ———————…
To Our Armed Forces; You go where we ask, never with complaint You fight with honor, never demanding praise You sacrifice greatly, never yielding courage You always protect our freedoms, never will you fail "Thank you" Citizens of Oakland …
In memory of all Cass County War Veterans who died in battle Civil War · Spanish-American War World Wars I & II Korean & Vietnam Conflicts And all other members of the Armed Forces who served their county
Honor Roll of Cass County Veterans [Not transcribed]
This 14 by 18 foot log cabin was built by John Gingery in 1863 in what was called Five Mile Grove located two miles northeast of Atlantic. John left Stark County Ohio where he had been raised and had become a school teacher. He was twenty-six year…
1st and Chestnut Street, Atlantic, Cass County, Iowa This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places
Saint Mihiel · Meuse Argonne Chateau Thierry
Don't Tread on Me ———————— The Four Chaplains [Sinking of USAT Dorchester] ———————— [Vietnam Scene] Carlos "White Feather" Hathcock
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