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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Osage County, Kansas

 
Clickable Map of Osage County, Kansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Osage County, KS (10) Coffey County, KS (19) Douglas County, KS (104) Franklin County, KS (18) Lyon County, KS (46) Shawnee County, KS (88) Wabaunsee County, KS (18)  OsageCounty(10) Osage County (10)  CoffeyCounty(19) Coffey County (19)  DouglasCounty(104) Douglas County (104)  FranklinCounty(18) Franklin County (18)  LyonCounty(46) Lyon County (46)  ShawneeCounty(88) Shawnee County (88)  WabaunseeCounty(18) Wabaunsee County (18)
Lyndon is the county seat for Osage County
Adjacent to Osage County, Kansas
      Coffey County (19)  
      Douglas County (104)  
      Franklin County (18)  
      Lyon County (46)  
      Shawnee County (88)  
      Wabaunsee County (18)  
 
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1Kansas (Osage County), Lyndon — World War Memorial
Dedicated to the Veterans of the Worlds WarMap (db m61428) WM
2Kansas (Osage County), Melvern — J. W. Dick-PeddieMayor, 1959 to 1963
In sincere appreciation of leadership and support in civic and community improvement projects. Specifically: Melvern City Water System Blacktop Streets of Business District Erection of Disaster Warning Siren Betterment of Fire Dept. and . . . Map (db m89236) HM
3Kansas (Osage County), Melvern — Melvern Civil War Tribute
A tribute to those patriots who sleep in Southern graves uncoffined, unshrouded and unknown.Map (db m21452) WM
4Kansas (Osage County), Melvern — Melvern Community Veterans Memorial
Dedicated in 1995, to all Veterans of the Melvern Community, both living and dead. They gave their time and lives to support the ideals of freedom and liberty for which the United States of America stands. For these Veterans we pledge that the . . . Map (db m89232) WM
5Kansas (Osage County), Osage City — Rapp SchoolA One-Room, Eight Grade, Country School — 1870 - 1959 —
Rapp School District No. 50 was organized on June 10, 1870. The school and the town, ¼ mile east and ½ mile south along the railroad tracks, were named after an early settler in the area, C. J. Rapp. The first school building was a wooden . . . Map (db m194727) HM
6Kansas (Osage County), Osage City — Veterans MemorialSome Gave All • All Gave Some
Dedicated to the Past, Present, and Future Veterans To our nation's veteran's [sic] We salute the men and women of our Armed Services. Through their efforts our nation is free and with this die now cast may our future generation's . . . Map (db m64011) WM
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7Kansas (Osage County), Overbrook — 15 — Santa Fe Trail1822 - 1872
[Title is text]Map (db m65041) HM
8Kansas (Osage County), Quenemo — Civil War MemorialOur Heroes
Erected May 1908 in memory of our country's defendersMap (db m73106) WM
9Kansas (Osage County), Scranton — 17 — Santa Fe Trail1822 - 1872
[Title is the text]Map (db m81098) HM
10Kansas (Osage County), Scranton — Veterans Memorial
In honor of those who served our countryMap (db m81078) WM
 
 
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Dec. 6, 2022