Historical Marker Series

Markers Attached to Sculpture

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(West face)The Georgia Medical Society 1804-2004Dr. Noble Wimberly JonesPhysician and resident of Savannah GeorgiaAmerican Revolutionary War veteran and patriotGeorgia Delegate to Continental CongressFirst Georgia Medical Society 1804"The Morning Star of…
"A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives." Jack Roosevelt Robinson1919-1972 Jack Roosevelt Robinson, the first African-American to break the color barrier in Major League Baseball, played in his first minor league game in J…
Great Sachemofthe WampanoagsProtector andPreserver of thePilgrims1621 Erected by theImproved Order of Red Men A grateful tribute1921
United States Marine Corps(Marker on back)Commissioned and DonatedbyPatrick F. Taylor, Cpl, USMCRNew Orleans, Louisiana
100 YearsFrom the Depths - Sea Power1900 - 2000Dedicated to thosewho serve beneath the seas,families and support personnel[Back of marker}:In recognition of the generosityof the following donorsLockheed Martin Corporation · General Dynamics · …
The Naval Academy has had a goat as its mascot since 1890 when, according to legend, on their march from the ferry station at Highland Falls up the steep hill to West Point to play the first Army-Navy football game, the Naval Cadets (as they were then known…
By the citizens of the Funkstown District in grateful appreciation of the services of those of her citizens who were engaged with the military, navy and marine forces of the United States in the World War. 1914-1918 E. Blanche Hoffmaster, Army NurseMark …
1780-1843Presented to the City of BaltimoreCharles L. Marburg[this marker tells its story in a pictorial manner]On one side, ships are depicted bombarding Fort McHenry. On the other, the view is from Fort McHenry out onto the ships in Baltimore harbor.
This monument was erected in 1922 by the City of Atlantic City in honor of those of her citizens who served in the World War · 1917-1918.
Adventurer and first fruit rancher in Placer County. In 1848 he found gold in the Auburn Ravine, which led to the settlement of a mining camp that later became Auburn. Lord Sholto Douglas Ch. 3 E Clampus Vitus 1975.
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