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Johnson County Nebraska Historical Markers

 
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Memorial image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., May 30, 2011
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Memorial
Nebraska (Johnson County), Tecumseh — Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Memorial
In memory of all Soldiers and Sailors of Johnson County — Map (db m48211) HM
Nebraska (Johnson County), Tecumseh — Johnson County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated To All Who Served — Map (db m48204) WM
Nebraska (Johnson County), Tecumseh — Johnson County World War II Memorial1941 - 1945
Dedicated to the memory of those who gave their lives in the service of their country [Roll of Honored Dead] — Map (db m48208) HM
Nebraska (Johnson County), Tecumseh — Johnson County World War Roll of Honor
Dedicated to those of Johnson County Nebraska who in the spirit of self sacrifice enrolled in the service of their country in the Great World War of 1914-1918. [Roll of Honor] — Map (db m48210) HM
Nebraska (Johnson County), Tecumseh — Rural Free Delivery
Site of the First Rural Free Delivery Mail Route In Nebraska On November 7, 1896 — Map (db m48212) HM
Nebraska (Johnson County), Tecumseh — 203 — TecumsehNebraska Historical Marker
Tecumseh, the county seat of Johnson County, was incorporated in 1856. It was first called Frances in honor of the wife of Colonel Richard M. Johnson, for whom the county is named. In 1857 the town was renamed for the famous Shawnee Indian chief, . . . — Map (db m48209) HM
Nebraska (Johnson County), Tecumseh — U.S.S. Maine
Destroyed in Havana Harbor February 15th 1893 This tablet is cast from metal recovered from the U.S.S. Maine — Map (db m48206) HM

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