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By Don Morfe, July 4, 2010
Fredericktown Marker
Missouri (Madison County), Fredericktown — Fredericktown
Side One Here in the southern extent of Missouri’s historic southeast Lead Belt, Fredericktown was laid out on Saline Creek, 1819, by state legislator Nathaniel Cook. Commissioners T. F. Tong, Joseph Bennett, James Dotson, John Burditt, and . . . — Map (db m61715) HM
Missouri (Madison County), Fredericktown — Henry F. Frizzell Memorial
The President of the United States in the name of the Congress takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to Henry F. Frizzell. Rank: Private, Company B, 6th MO. Infantry. Place and date: Vicksburg, Miss., 22 May 1863. Entered service: Fort . . . — Map (db m109588) WM
Missouri (Madison County), Fredericktown — Madison County Courthouse
This property has been placed on the National Register of of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior December 28, 2000 — Map (db m119704) HM
Missouri (Madison County), Fredericktown — Madison County Missouri
First lead mine in the Mississippi Valley opened at Mine La Motte about the year 1700 St. Michael French Village started about 1799 Madison County approved December 14, 1818 Fredericktown laid out 1819 Discovery of copper at Copper . . . — Map (db m119696) HM
Missouri (Madison County), Fredericktown — Revolutionary War 1775-1783Soldiers Who Came to — Madison County, Missouri
. . . — Map (db m119695) HM WM
Missouri (Madison County), Fredericktown — U.S. Post Office Fredericktown, Missouri
was placed on the National Register of of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior October 8, 2009 — Map (db m119697) HM
Missouri (Madison County), Fredericktown — War Eagle Trail"Old Abe"
The piercing scream of a Bald Eagle mascot, “Old Abe,” led the 8th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry into 36 battles during the Civil War, against the Confederacy. The Battle of Fredericktown, October 21, 1861, was the first battle on . . . — Map (db m119693) HM WM

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