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Macon County Missouri Historical Markers

 
Marker detail: Bevier & Southern Locomotive 112 Employees image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, September 9, 2017
Marker detail: Bevier & Southern Locomotive 112 Employees
Missouri (Macon County), Bevier — Bevier & Southern Locomotive No. 112
Locomotive No. 112, Mogul Type, 2-6-0, was delivered by Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, PA., Nov. 29, 1920, retired from service Dec. 29, 1962. During this period it ran 364,562 miles. Given to the City of Bevier, January 1, 1963 by J. . . . — Map (db m116870) HM
Missouri (Macon County), Macon — Built 1864~653rd Courthouse in Macon County
County seat moved to Macon City from Bloomington, by an act of Legislature in 1863 1st court held in Macon City~4th Monday, September, 1863 at Allen Academy~Corner of Union and Jackson Streets. 1st term of court in the building~Sept. 1865 cost of . . . — Map (db m144845) HM
Missouri (Macon County), New Cambria — Battle of Painter Creek
occurring on August 8, 1862, five miles north of Stockton (now New Cambria) between Col. Joseph Porter's Confederates and Federal regiments under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Woolfolk was part of a wide-spread plan to surround and capture Porter . . . — Map (db m106029) HM

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