On East Dakota Avenue at N Main St on East Dakota Avenue.
This park is dedicated to Bob Locker and wife Judy (Swalve), his parents Heinie W. and Northa, and bother John Henry and Joanne (Salamida) and families. Bob, Judy and family made it possible for this 22 acre parcel to be set aside for future . . . — — Map (db m125807) HM
On 125th Street (County Highway K10) 0.4 miles east of Apple Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
This area, where Blood Run Creek passes on its way to the Big Sioux River, was inhabited by Native Americans between 1300 and 1750, as many as 4,000 Oneota Indians lived on the fertile prairie. European explorers and traders arrived in the late . . . — — Map (db m211368) HM
Built in 1893 three miles south of here over Cry Creek, this arch bridge was designed by Joseph Melan, the Austrian originator of the Melan System of reinforcing concrete. His supervisor of construction was Frederick Von Emberger. The builder was . . . — — Map (db m101270) HM