|► Missouri (Pulaski County), Waynesville — Old Stage Coach Stop —|
|Built of logs in pioneer days, used as a stage coach stop and a tavern of rest for weary travelers westward bound. In 1862 the building was comandeered by the Union Forces and used as a hospital for the duration of the Civil War. After the war . . . — — Map (db m21618) HM|
|► Missouri (Pulaski County), Waynesville — Pulaski County —|
|Side A: Here in Missouri's central Ozarks, Pulaski County was organized 1833, and named for Revolutionary War general, Polish Count Casimir Pulaski. Once roamed by Indians and French trappers, the county is part of land ceded by the Osage . . . — — Map (db m55638) HM|
|► Missouri (Pulaski County), Waynesville — Waynesville Fort — 1862-1865 —|
|June 7, 1862, Union Forces (the 13th Missouri Militia) under Col. Sigel, marched into Waynesville. They assumed control of several Counties and built a Fort here on this spot overlooking the town, to guard the road and telegraph wires between St. . . . — — Map (db m21318) HM|
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May. 26, 2020