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By K. Linzmeier, October 25, 2013
Cobden Marker
Minnesota (Brown County), Cobden — Cobden
Cobden is a railway village in Prairieville Township. It was originally named North Branch because of its location near Sleepy Eye Creek, the principal north branch of the Cottonwood River. In 1886 its name was changed to Cobden for the English . . . — Map (db m69835) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Courtland — The Evacuation of New Ulm
When the Second Battle of New Ulm ended on the morning of August 24, 1862, the city lay nearly in ruins. Fearing that it would surely fall if attacked again, Colonel Charles Flandrau ordered the entire city to evacuate. The next day . . . — Map (db m73792) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Essig — Essig, Minnesota
On April 8, 1885 Chief Engineer Blunt of the Winona & St. Peter Railroad Co. announced that the railroad had decided to build a side track between New Ulm and Sleepy Eye for the purpose of receiving grain. The site was known only as "Siding Number . . . — Map (db m67411) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Essig — Junior Pioneers Tablet — Milford Monument
This tablet was erected by the Junior Pioneers in memory of the following men, women and children of the town of Milford who were massacred by the Indians during the Indian outbreak in 1862. John Martin Fink. • Monika Fink, his wife. • Max . . . — Map (db m67952) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), Essig — 21 — Milford State Monument
Erected by the State of Minnesota in 1929 in the memory of the men, women and children of Milford who were massacred by the Indians, Aug. 18, 1862. John M. Fink • Monika Fink • Max Fink • Carl Merkle • John B. Zettel • Barbara . . . — Map (db m67951) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), Essig — Taken by Surprise
In the summer of 1862, after years of broken treaty promises and late payments that fueled growing tensions and conflict, some Dakota began an attempt to forcibly reclaim their homeland. After attacking the Redwood (Lower Sioux) Agency . . . — Map (db m67915) HM WM
Minnesota (Brown County), Evan — Evan
On May 24, 1887 Nels Hanson platted the small railroad station point in section 8 of Prairieville township as "Hanson Station". A post office had been established in 1886 named Evan by the first postmaster, Martin Norseth, in honor of Hanson's wife . . . — Map (db m69831) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Hanska — Asle Sorbel's Ride
In 1854 Ole and Guri Sorbel immigrated to Rock County Wisconsin from Hallingdal, Norway. In 1856 they settled to your right on the northwest bank of Lake Linden. On September 21, 1876, Bob, Cole and Jim Younger and Charlie Pitts received breakfast . . . — Map (db m68073) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Hanska — Hanska — 1901 • 2001
In 1899, the Iowa and Minnesota Land & Townsite Company circulated a petition to locate a railroad station in Lake Hanska Township. The petition was signed by 77 people and on October 9, 1899 the village of Hanska was platted in section 24 by Harry . . . — Map (db m66468) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Hanska — John Armstrong
This memorial is dedicated to the memory of John Armstrong pioneer of Linden Township, in 1857 he represented this part of Brown County as its first Territorial County Supervisor (Commissioner) and later became Linden Township's first . . . — Map (db m68083) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Hanska — Lake Hanska
The Sioux Indians called this lake "minne hanska," meaning "long water." The basin of the lake was formed 11,000 to 15,000 years ago by the Wisconsin glacier; the original hard clay bottom is now about 50 feet below the present surface of the . . . — Map (db m66454) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Hanska — Lake Hanska Pioneer / Lake Hanska County Park — A Tribute to Ole Synsteby 1856 – 1942
Lake Hanska Pioneer A Tribute to Ole Synsteby 1856 - 1942      Ole Synsteby was born in Lesja, Gulbrandsdalen, Norway. In the summer of 1873, the Synsteby family migrated to the Lake Hanska area. In 1879 Ole purchased the land which is now . . . — Map (db m79934) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Hanska — Norwegian Stabbur
This structure is a replica of many such stabburs found in Norway. There are several variations. "Stabbur" translated means store house. Benefactors: James & Ferdi Amundson estate. These Lake Hanska farmers were descendants of Norwegian . . . — Map (db m68264) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Hanska — Omsrud Thordson – Torgrimson Log Cabin
This log cabin was built about 1857 by the Omsrud/Thordson and Torgrimson families, immigrants from Valdres, Norway. It originally stood on the Thord Omsrud farm on the shores of Omsrud Lake. The cabin was moved to this site in 1986 by the . . . — Map (db m66437) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Hanska — World War Memorial
1917 • 1918 That freedom, law and justice might be established thruout the Earth This monument is erected in honor of the men of Hanska and vicinity who answered their country's call in the World War. Oscar O. Haugen • John Thordson . . . — Map (db m68256) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), Leavenworth — Jackson Crossing
About 5 blocks north of this marker was the location of a very important river crossing for the early settlers of this area, going from the "Shetek Trail" on the south to "Old Leavenworth" and New Ulm on the north side of the Cottonwood . . . — Map (db m67709) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Leavenworth — Leavenworth
In 1857, settlers platted a townsite in Section 14 of the Leavenworth area. During the next year, Dr. J. B. Calkins established the post office and became its first postmaster. Leavenworth Township was legally organized on April 16, 1859. Seven . . . — Map (db m68025) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Leavenworth — The Attack on the Brown Family
The Joseph Brown family with son Jonathan and daughter Oratia were early settlers on a farm five miles west of here along the Shetek Trail. The family fed and over-nighted guests, operating their home as a traveler's inn. Upon hearing news of Dakota . . . — Map (db m67825) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — 2011 Centennial of The Church of St. Mary
  The Church of St. Mary was incorporated on September 26, 1911 by Archbishop John Ireland of St. Paul. The Parish included Catholics living south of Center Street in New Ulm, plus Cottonwood and Courtland Townships. Because of difficult economic . . . — Map (db m74048) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Adams Park
Christian Adam(s) was born circa 1812 in Prussia. He sailed from LeHavre, France aboard the ship Pactolus which arrived in New York City October 12, 1846. The passenger manifest listed his occupation as farmer. Petronella Keller Adam(s) was . . . — Map (db m73759) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Arbeiter Hall — 1873 — Historic Downtown New Ulm
The town gained a new venue for public events in 1873 with the opening of Arbeiter Hall. The local Arbeiterverein, or Workers' Association, organized in 1871, primarily as a workers' insurance association. The two-story brick building had a . . . — Map (db m67093) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Barricading New Ulm — Historic Downtown New Ulm
Following the outbreak of hostilities between the Dakota and white settlers on August 18, 1862, hundreds of people fled from nearby farms to New Ulm for safety. Quickly, Brown County Sherriff Charles Roos and Jacob Nix, a citizen with German . . . — Map (db m73140) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Boesch, Hummel, and Maltzahn Block
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m73329) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Brown County — 150 Years — 1856 • 2006
Brown County, an historic gateway on the Minnesota River, opened the fertile prairie lands of the Great Plains to the northern hardwoods of a continental divide. The U.S. Territorial Legislature organized the county in 1856 from lands ceded by the . . . — Map (db m66749) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Brown County Bank — 1871 — Historic Downtown New Ulm
The Brown County Bank is among the oldest commercial properties within the district. As the local economy recovered from the devastating effects of the Dakota Conflict, the city found itself without a bank following the demise of the First . . . — Map (db m66879) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Brown County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to All Brown County Veterans This memorial is a lasting tribute to past, present and future veterans who served during peacetime and the following conflicts: Indian Wars 1817 - 1898 · Mexican War 1846 - 1848 · American Civil War . . . — Map (db m65526) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Buenger Store — 1892, 1902 — Historic Downtown New Ulm
This three-story building is a fine example of Queen Anne commercial architecture. The original southern section was erected in 1892 for the Buenger Furniture Store, while the corner building was constructed in 1902. Louis Buenger Sr. . . . — Map (db m68117) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — City Meat Market — 1927 — Historic Downtown New Ulm
Rosa Schnobrich opened the City Meat Market in 1907 with the advertising slogan, "Better Meats, Cleaner Meats, and Quicker Service." Her sausages, in particular, proved popular, and soon her shop began supplying a network of wholesale dealers . . . — Map (db m68267) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Clear Lake School — 1864–1971
1864 marked the beginning of District 6 (later known as 179), Sigel township's first of four school districts. The first schoolhouse was built on this site in 1868 with the purchase of 1 acre of land for $10. Civil War general Franz Sigel visited . . . — Map (db m74233) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Colonel Wilhelm Pfaender
Colonel Wilhelm Pfaender (1826-1905), born in Heilbronn, Wurttemberg, Germany, came to America as a result of the 1848 Revolution. In Germany he helped found the Turner Societies in his birth-city of Heilbronn and in Ulm. In Cincinnati, Ohio, he . . . — Map (db m73673) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Crone Store — 1869, 1876 — Historic Downtown New Ulm
For years, the Crone store was the largest mercantile establishment in New Ulm. In 1857, Theodore Crone Sr. opened his general store at the corner of Broadway and Center Streets. Twelve years later, he erected this building, adding a . . . — Map (db m66864) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Dacotah House — 1859 • 1971
Helena Erd Seiter • Adolph Seiter The Dacotah House, located on this site, was built in 1859 by Adolph Seiter and Frank Erd. Adolph's wife, Helena Erd Seiter soon established her fame in the kitchen. During the Dakota Conflict of 1862, Helena . . . — Map (db m66377) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — 5 — Defenders State Monument
This monument is erected by the State of Minnesota to commemorate the battles and incidents of the Sioux Indian War of 1862, which particularly relate to the town of New Ulm. 1890. Honored be the memory of the citizens of Blue Earth, Nicollet, . . . — Map (db m66990) HM WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Doughboy Monument
Lest we forget. In sacred memory of the soldiers, sailors, and marines who served their country in time of war. Erected in 1941 by Veterans of Foreign Wars U.S.A. Albert Nagel Post No 1648 and Auxiliary. — Map (db m68739) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Erd Building — 1861 — Historic Downtown New Ulm
Frank Erd and his wife, Louise, came to New Ulm from Cincinnati. Frank, whose father was an architect, erected a substantial store, one of the few brick buildings in the city. The Brown County supervisors kept their offices in Erd's building, . . . — Map (db m66897) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Father Valentine Sommereisen — Pioneer Missionary Priest
Valentine Sommereisen was the first resident Catholic priest in three large areas of the American West: southwestern Minnesota, the Dakota Territory, and western Kansas. Born 28 May 1829 in Rouffach, Alsace, a German–speaking part of eastern . . . — Map (db m74222) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Flandrau's Charge
The second battle of New Ulm took place on August 23, 1862. About 650 Dakota Indians surrounded the town, while over 2,000 people were crowded behind a barricade. The attack began around nine in the morning and the Dakota Indians quickly encircled . . . — Map (db m66402) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Forster Building — 1861 — Historic Downtown New Ulm
Frederick Forster came to the United States in 1850 and taught school in New York. He moved to New Ulm in 1858, where he continued teaching, becoming the city's postmaster in 1861. In 1860, Forster purchased this lot and the following . . . — Map (db m68227) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Gδnseviertel (Goosetown)
Goosetown began forming around the flour mills, brewery, and railroad tracks circa 1870. Settlers were largely German-Bohemian Catholics of peasant stock who farmed and worked in nearby industries. Inhabitants kept geese which were free to roam, . . . — Map (db m58435) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — German–Bohemian Immigrants Monument
This monument was erected in 1991 by the German-Bohemian Heritage Society to commemorate the immigrants to this region from the German speaking western rim of present-day Czechoslovakia. They emigrated from the counties of Bischofteinitz, Mies and . . . — Map (db m67030) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Grand Hotel
The first structure built on this site was the Minnesota Haus, the first hotel in New Ulm, built in 1856 by Phillipp H. Gross. That early structure was destroyed and in 1860, on the same sight, Gross built the Union Hotel, a two and a half story . . . — Map (db m67981) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Guardians of the Past
By the end of the fighting in New Ulm, the U.S.—Dakota War of 1862 had taken a heavy toll on the town. More than 50 settlers had been killed and 36 wounded, along with an unknown number of Dakota. In addition, at least 190 of the . . . — Map (db m74136) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Harkin Store
West Newton in 1870 was a thriving town, serving riverboat travel on the Minnesota River. It consisted of a hotel, a livery stable, a brewery, a sawmill, a wagon works, two blacksmith shops, three saloons, and many dwellings that made the town an . . . — Map (db m66238) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Hermann Monument — (Hermann Denkmal)
Hermann (Arminius) of the Cherusci tribe led several German tribes in battle against their Roman conquerors in 9 A.D., and defeated them in the hills of Teutoburg Forest near present Detmold. To later unified Germany, Hermann . . . — Map (db m65467) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — In Recognition of a Distinguished Career as a Player and Coach
   Stan Wilfahrt – an outstanding player for New Ulm's 1941 State Legion Champs & 1943 Brewers State Amateur Champions. He coached baseball at Cathedral High School for 1957-1978 with a 246-68 (.783) record. His teams appeared in nine state . . . — Map (db m79894) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — In Recognition of a Minnesota Coaching Record — May 28, 1994
   On this date at Chaska, Minnesota, New Ulm High School coach James Senske recored his 510th coaching victory, a new Minnesota State High School League baseball record for wins by a coach. At the completion of the 1994 season, . . . — Map (db m79913) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Jacob Nix Platz — To a Patriot, Solider, Public Servant
Jacob Nix from Bingen Am Rhein in Germany was a key figure in the defense of New Ulm in 1862. Born in 1822, Nix early joined the push for a united Germany under a republican form of government. During the ill-fated 1848 Revolution, Nix served as . . . — Map (db m65455) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — John Lind Home
This home was built by John Lind in 1887 and was a significant cultural, social and political center built on a prominence above early New Ulm. Swedish born Lind came to America and Minnesota in 1867 at age thirteen. While very young he was a rural . . . — Map (db m65399) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Joseph A. Harman — 1900 – 1979 — Father of the New Ulm Park and Recreation Program
The quality of life in New Ulm improved notably after a young teacher-coach accepted a position at New Ulm High School in 1928. During the succeeding 51 years, "Joe" Harman provided the inspiration that left this community a better place in which to . . . — Map (db m66381) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Junior Pioneers of New Ulm and Vicinity
In the early 1870's, fourteen settlers purchased this beautiful spot located on the north bank of the Big Cottonwood River and named it Jδgers Ruhe (Hunters' Rest). The objectives of this group of hunters was to preserve this property for their . . . — Map (db m66087) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Kiesling House — (1861)
The Kiesling House is one of the three downtown buildings in New Ulm to survive the Dakota War of 1862. Frederick W. Kiesling, blacksmith and ferrier, had built the modest frame house ($125) the year before the outbreak of the war. In August of 1862 . . . — Map (db m65497) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Leavenworth Rescue Expedition
During the Minnesota Sioux Uprising of 1862, eighteen men left New Ulm early on the morning of August 19, and travelled westward about 20 miles along the Big Cottonwood River to the area of Leavenworth. Searching for relatives and friends, they . . . — Map (db m65486) HM WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Lest We Forget
In 1914, two four-inch naval cannon barrels, each with a pyramid of balls, were placed on the courthouse grounds as a tribute to all Brown County citizens who served their nation in time of conflict. The United States Government reclaimed them in . . . — Map (db m66967) HM WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — New Ulm
In 1851, leaders of the Dakota Nation signed the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux with the United States Government. This treaty opened new lands in Minnesota Territory for settlement. Two years later, German immigrants in Chicago, led by Frederick . . . — Map (db m65452) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — New Ulm's Glockenspiel
Schonlau Park, named in honor of Theodore H. and Clara K. Schonlau, is the setting for the City of New Ulm’s unique Glockenspiel. Local contributors were joined by donors from three foreign countries, 31 States, and 51 other Minnesota cities, in . . . — Map (db m65492) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Pioneer Founders of New Ulm
Frederick Beinhorn and Wilhelm Pfaender, pioneer founders of the prairie colony of New Ulm, were cut of the same cloth. Both came to America from Germany after the 1848 Revolution in Central Europe failed to unite German peoples under a new frame of . . . — Map (db m65694) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Pioneer Monument — Civil War Monument
east side In memory of our honored brave who fell in defence of The Union. north side In memory of those who fell in defence of New Ulm 1862. west side In memory of those massacred by the Indians in Brown Co. . . . — Map (db m68705) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Ravine Ambush
While crossing this ravine a recruiting party of the Civil War was ambushed by the Sioux Indians on August 18th, 1862, at the noon hour. The following were killed or mortally wounded: John Schneider • Ernest Dietrich . . . — Map (db m73704) HM WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Roebbecke Mill
On this site in 1859 Frederick Roebbecke built a seventy foot high wooden windmill for grinding corn and grain. Situated on a prominent ridge, it commanded an excellent view of the scattered settlement. Barricaded with sacks of flour and grain, the . . . — Map (db m65400) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Somsen Hitching Post
The home of Henry N. Somsen, Sr. was once located on this site. Visitors would tie their horses to this hitching post. Given by Anne & Henry N. Somsen, Jr., generous supporters of the New Ulm Public Library. October 16, 1985 — Map (db m66706) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — The Pioneers of Brown County Monument — 1849 • 1949
  To pay homage to the sturdy pioneers who founded the territory of Minnesota a century ago. And to express veneration for the pioneers of Brown County and members of their families who lost their lives during the Sioux War of 1862 — 1863. . . . — Map (db m73642) HM WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — The Wallachei
This neighborhood dates back to the early days of New Ulm. Oral history suggests the borders shown above. The origin of the name “The Wallachei” is obscure. The most likely translation is “low land horse pasture.” Or, legend . . . — Map (db m65396) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Turner Hall
The Turner concept of developing a sound mind and body through discussion of common problems and physical exercise was conceived by Frederick Jahn of Berlin in 1811. It was an effort to strengthen German resolve against the French conqueror, . . . — Map (db m65426) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Turnverein Founding Site
Von hier 717 fuss in der Richtung des Pfeils wurde am 11ten November 1856 der New Ulmer Turnverein gegruendet. (From here, 717 feet in the direction of the arrow on the 11th of November 1856 the New Ulm Turnverein . . . — Map (db m66239) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Two Battles of New Ulm
The first news of the Sioux Uprising was brought to New Ulm at noon on August 18, 1862, by survivors of a Civil War recruiting party that had been ambushed in Milford Township. Barricades were hastily erected in a three-block area on Minnesota . . . — Map (db m65402) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — U.S. - Dakota War Memorial
In Memory of All Who Suffered U.S. - Dakota War of 1862 2012 — Map (db m68348) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — U.S. Post Office — 1910 — Historic Downtown New Ulm
The federal government erected the post office building in 1910, designed by James Knox Taylor, the supervising architect of the United States Treasury. Although the city's postal service began in 1856, it had been located in rented space . . . — Map (db m74074) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), New Ulm — Upper Minnesota River Transportation
The first river steamboat, WEST NEWTON, passed by here in 1853 going upriver with troops to lay out the site of Fort Ridgely. Two days later TIGER and CLARION followed with men and supplies. For the . . . — Map (db m66383) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Searles — Cottonwood Twp. Evangelical Church and Cemetery
     In 1857, Rev. August Huelster held the first Evangelical church service at the home of Charles Lauer in Cottonwood Township. In 1865, two acres of land were purchased in Cottonwood Township by John Mohr, Philip Pfisterer & Carl Schreyer, . . . — Map (db m78463) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Searles — Searles
Searles, a small community in Section 21 of Cottonwood Township, was platted on October 10, 1899, by Harry and Anna Jenkins. It was a railroad station point named by officials of the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad. The original plat . . . — Map (db m67914) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Sleepy Eye — Chief Sleepy Eyes — (Ish-tak-ha-ba)
Sleepy Eyes, or Drooping Eyelids, was born about 1780 in a Sisseton Sioux Indian village at Swan Lake in Nicollet County. The Bureau of Indian Affairs commissioned him a chief in 1824. His fame was achieved not as a warrior or hunter but as a friend . . . — Map (db m67658) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Sleepy Eye — Dakota Reservation and the Leavenworth Road
In the summer of 1851 the Dakota Indians, a group of Native Americans who lived in Southern Minnesota, sold their land, 35 million acres, to the United States for $3,000,000. The Dakota agreed to move to a reservation which included land ten miles . . . — Map (db m67983) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Sleepy Eye — Golden Gate
    The village of Golden Gate occupied this area for some years. The town took its name from the U.S. Post Office established in 1868 with Ebenezer Fuller in charge.     Construction of a water-powered grist mill on Spring Creek in 1869 by . . . — Map (db m70993) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Sleepy Eye — Golden Gate Mill Stones — Millstones of Golden Gate, Minnesota
The mill, built in 1867 by John Heimerdinger, was down 1/4 mile from Golden Gate on the Ruhe-Heim Creek. It was powered by a pond kept full by many wells, dug by hand. Wheat was ground by stones into flour and feed. The grinding stones were . . . — Map (db m71062) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Sleepy Eye — Iberia
In 1866 the budding village of Iberia had a log school house, four frame buildings and a cemetery. The settlement is the center of Stark Township, organized in 1866. Iberia crossroads was named for a community in Ohio because many of the first . . . — Map (db m73752) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Sleepy Eye — Veterans Memorial
In honor of the Brave Service Men & Women who have defended and continue to defend the United States of America. Sons of John & Mary Broich Chris USNR, Art USNR, Walter USAF, Joseph . . . — Map (db m67856) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), Springfield — Jonathan Brown and the Shetek Trail
In the 1850s there was a land boom in southern Minnesota. Jonathan Brown, 37 years old, filed on land along the Cottonwood River in what is now Burnstown Township. (S 1/2 of SW 1/4, Sec. 15; N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of Sec. 22) Jonathan picked a good . . . — Map (db m67820) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Springfield — Springfield, Minnesota
John and Daniel Burns were pioneer settlers in this area of brown County. Burnstown Township was named in their honor. Railroad construction advanced westward and the name of the station stop here in 1873 was "Burns." A small settlement . . . — Map (db m67542) HM
Minnesota (Brown County), Springfield — Veterans Memorial
In grateful tribute to all men and women of this area who have or will serve in defense of our country. — Map (db m68206) WM
Minnesota (Brown County), Springfield — Veterans Memorial
Proudly, we salute our veterans and pledge eternal gratitude for their sacrifices and gallant preservation of freedom for all. seals of the United States Army • Air Force • Navy • Marine Corps • Coast Guard Dedicated July 4, 1994 . . . — Map (db m71172) WM

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