Marker Logo HMdb.org THE HISTORICAL
MARKER DATABASE
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
 
 

Cedar County Missouri Historical Markers

 
City Park Dedication Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., September 8, 2011
City Park Dedication Marker
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — City Park Dedication
This land was dedicated to the City of Eldorado Springs for a park by N. H. and W. P. Cruce July 20, 1881 — Map (db m57378) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — El Dorado Spring
El Dorado Springs was founded around this spring in 1881 due to the waters medicinal value. The stone above marked its first site 75 ft. to the SE until 1890 when routed to this basin. During repairs in Sept. 1992, this sandstone slab was found . . . — Map (db m57372) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — Former School Districts in El Dorado Springs R-2
This bell has been donated by the Rock School District of Cedar County Missouri in commemoration of the former Common School Districts which presently comprise the El Dorado Springs R-2 School District. Cedar County Barnes • Cedar Springs . . . — Map (db m57417) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — Grindstone Wash Basin
Before El Dorado Springs was founded, this stone wash basin sat before the Spring on rock supports. It was used by travelers along the trail. Some pioneer artisan cut it from a stone taken from Grindstone Quarry, located East of the Park Hotel. . . . — Map (db m57377) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — Missouri Bicentennial Wagon1776 - 1976
This wagon represented the State of Missouri in the 1976 Bicentennial Wagon Train Pilgrimage to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Wagon Master, Raymond Williams Asst. Wagon Master, Jack Nolan Outriders, Georgia Williams Dixie Nolan-Peak and . . . — Map (db m57421) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — Nathaniel H. and Waldo P. Cruce1857 - 1925 and 1861 - 1904
Realizing it was believed by the general public that the spring water had some medicinal value and that people were coming great distances to drink the water for whatever ailments they had, Nathaniel H. and Waldo P. Cruce, brothers, had the . . . — Map (db m57380) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — PrairieA year-round palette of colors
A sea of grasses and wildflowers - the tallgrass prairie - once covered America's heartland. It is now one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world, and many of its inhabitants are struggling to survive. Thousands of acres of rolling . . . — Map (db m57202) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — Roy Bandy and Eddy Wilson
This monument is dedicated to Roy Bandy and Eddy Wilson for their efforts in providing career and work opportunities for young people in the field of cadastral (land) surveying with the General Land Office and its successor, the Bureau of Land . . . — Map (db m57381) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), El Dorado Springs — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to All Veterans of the United States Armed Forces Erected Oct. 1972 — Map (db m57337) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), Stockton — Cedar County
(side 1) Here where the Ozark Highland borders on the Western Prairie region of Missouri, Cedar County was organized in 1845. The name is for the trees along Cedar Creek. Stockton, the county seat, was platted in 1846 on land given by . . . — Map (db m72914) HM
Missouri (Cedar County), Stockton — Veterans Memorial

A memorial to all deceased military personnel interred in Gum Springs Cemetery — Map (db m79790) WM

Missouri (Cedar County), Stockton — War Memorial

In honored memory of those from Cedar County who lost their lives in World War One, World War Two, the Korean and Vietnam Conflicts. These Heroes live beyond the tomb.

[Roll of Honored Dead]

And to all those who fought valiantly for . . . — Map (db m79791) WM


12 markers matched your search criteria.
Paid Advertisement We are suspending Amazon.com advertising until they remove an ad for a certain book from circulation. A word in the book’s title has given rise to number of complaints. The word is inappropriate in school classroom settings.