“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Patch, Missouri

Clickable Map of St. Louis, Missouri and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> St. Louis County, MO (486) St. Louis County, MO (417) Madison County, IL (152) St. Clair County, IL (112)  St.Louis(486) St. Louis (486)  St.LouisCounty(417) St. Louis County (417)  MadisonCountyIllinois(152) Madison County (152)  St.ClairCounty(112) St. Clair County (112)
Location of Patch
    St. Louis (486)
    St. Louis County (417)
    Madison County, Illinois (152)
    St. Clair County, Illinois (112)
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1Missouri (St. Louis), Patch — Dedicated to James B. Eads
Dedicated to James B. Eads builder of the ironclads and the sailors and soldiers of the Civil WarMap (db m139710) WM
2Missouri (St. Louis), Patch — Eads' IroncladsA State Divided: The Civil War in Missouri — Missouri Department of Natural Resources —
Carondelet and the Eads Ironclads On Oct. 12, 1851, the USS Carondelet slid down the ways at James Eads' Union Iron Works in the village of Carondelet, south of St. Louis. It was the first ironclad warship built by the United States, launched . . . Map (db m139708) HM
3Missouri (St. Louis), Patch — Iron Mountain RailroadLife in 1800's Carondelet
The Iron Mountain Railroad's tracks were laid in 1855. It traveled to St. Louis to Carondelet 10 times per day, spurring a great deal of industry in the community.Map (db m139712) HM
4Missouri (St. Louis), Patch — Susan BlowLife in 1800's Carondelet
Susan Blow, daughter of Congressman Henry Blow, helped introduce the 1st kindergarten program to the State of Missouri and the U.S.Map (db m139706) HM
5Missouri (St. Louis), Patch — Volunteer Fire Dept.Life in 1800's Carondelet
The early Carondelet Fire Department was made of volunteers who travelled with their equipment on a horse drawn carriage. Water was supplied by wells dug along Michigan Ave.Map (db m139714) HM
Apr. 20, 2021