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Daughters of the American Revolution

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The home ofCaroline Scott HarrisonFirst President GeneralNational SocietyDaughters of the American Revolution1890-1892andBenjamin HarrisonTwenty Third President of theUnited StatesErected in 1871Presented byIndianaDaughers of the American RevoutionOctober 1959
This Tablet is Dedicated to theMemory of Revolutionary Soldiersof Henry County Captain Philip Hendrick Captain Nathaniel LeonardCaptain James Stevenson Jacob WimmerCaleb Dille Richard ConwayChristopher Long Orr ScovelleHugh Heally Aaron DunnEbenizer Har…
Abraham Lincoln made his farewell address to the people of Illinois at the Tolono Station February 11, 1861. "I am leaving you on an errand of national importance, attended as you are aware with considerable difficulties. Let us believe as some poet has exp…
Abraham Lincoln delivered an impromptu address from the balcony of this house while a guest here in 1858
Built by Nathaniel Gordon, 1787. Visited by Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Philip and James Barbour, Clark, Rives, Randolph, Wirt, Waddell, and other celebrities of Revolutionary, post-Revolutionary, and Confederate War periods. Lafayette made and …
Dedicated by Maryland State Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, April 21, 1934. Growing on land that was once a part of Maryland and was in 1790 her gift to the United States of America for the national capitol, the 31 trees in this group have be…
1834 - 1934 To honor Samuel W. and Gideon H. Pond Volunteer missionaries to the Dakotas who arrived at Ft. Snelling May 6, 1834. This tablet is placed on the house built in 1856 by Gideon H. Pond. Near-by is the site of the old mission house built…
(South Face)N.S.D.A.R. Memorialto thePioneer Mothersof theCovered Wagon Days. (East Face)To the pioneer mothers of our mountain state, whose courage, optimism, live and sacrifice made possible the National Highway that united east and west. (North Fac…
(South Face) N.S.D.A.R. Memorial to the Pioneer Mothers of the Covered Wagon Days. (East Face) On this historic spot, the hunting ground of the friendly Indian Nemacolin, this monument is erected and dedicated to the memory of our pioneer mothers. (N…
This tablet marks the site of The Great Meadows where Lt. Col. George Washington fought his first battle and made his first and last surrender, July 3-4, 1754.
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