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Dallas County Missouri Historical Markers

 
Beckner Building and Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., August 12, 2012
Beckner Building and Marker
Missouri (Dallas County), Buffalo — Beckner BuildingOldest Brick Building
Built in 1848 A.D. by Levi Beckner this is the only brick building to survive the Civil War. It housed mercantile, newspaper, the first bank 1884-1910, abstract, cafe, and insurance businesses. — Map (db m62540) HM
Missouri (Dallas County), Buffalo — Dallas County
[Front] Dallas County, organized 1841, was first called Niangua for the river flowing within its borders, but the name proved difficult and it was changed to Dallas in 1844 for U.S. Vice Pres. George M. Dallas. Settled in the early 1830's . . . — Map (db m62544) HM
Missouri (Dallas County), Buffalo — Veterans MemorialLest We Forget
This memorial is dedicated to all who fought for the freedom and the principles of our country They sought no glory but their country's good — Map (db m62542) WM

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