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Nodaway County Missouri Historical Markers

 
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By William Fischer, Jr., April 8, 2013
First House in Maryville Marker
Missouri (Nodaway County), Maryville — First House in Maryville
On this ground was built the First House in Maryville 1844 Erected by the Citizens on the one hundredth anniversary of Missouri — Map (db m66512) HM
Missouri (Nodaway County), Maryville — Lanning's Mill Stone
Original Mill Stone from Lanning's Mill Presented by Lulu E. Welborn to Nodaway County Historical Society April 25, 1975 — Map (db m66490) HM
Missouri (Nodaway County), Maryville — Maryville
[Front] On rolling prairie above the scenic One Hundred and Two River. Maryville was laid out, 1845, as the seat of newly organized Nodaway County. The town is named for its first white woman settler, Mary House Graham, the wife of county . . . — Map (db m66480) HM
Missouri (Nodaway County), Maryville — Nodaway County Courthouse
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m66487) HM
Missouri (Nodaway County), Maryville — Nodaway County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the patriotic men and women of Nodaway County who served their country in time of need [Roll of Honored Dead] [Dedicated] Nov. 11, 1979 ———————— Veterans of Nodaway . . . — Map (db m66479) WM
Missouri (Nodaway County), Maryville — NWMSU Administration Building
This property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m66491) HM
Missouri (Nodaway County), Maryville — Sisters of St. Francis
This statue of St. Francis of Assisi is a tribute to the Sisters of St. Francis who established the local hospital in 1894 and gave service to numerous generations of people in the community. With thanks from the grateful people of northwest . . . — Map (db m66467) HM
Missouri (Nodaway County), Maryville — Welton IdekerWelton Ideker Entrance
A lifelong native of Mound City, Missouri, Welton Ideker served on the Northwest [Missouri State University] Board of Regents from 1977 to 1983. Always a progressive thinker, during his Board tenure, Welton endorsed the Regents' vote to pursue . . . — Map (db m66492) HM

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