Historic Boiling Spring, 250 yards northwest, was long an Indian camping place and later a watering spot on the Fort Snelling–Dakota Road built in the 1850's. The road turned here to pass the spring, then called Big Spring. Settlers renamed it . . . — — Map (db m69605) HM
To Honor and Remember
who Served in the
Armed Forces of the
United States of America
Army • Navy
Air Force • Marines
Erected and Presented to
the Morgan Community
by the Members of . . . — — Map (db m70642) WM
Ta ku wicuonyanpi kin hena, ca hota tawapi kin hena wakan qa tukted wicahapi kin hed maka kin hena nakin wakan.
Tona okioize ed opapi kin hena wicunkisuyapi. Oa maknce unkitawapi kin akand cante wasteya qa wookiye yuha untipi kte.
Unkan . . . — — Map (db m71025) HM
A center of Mdewakanton Dakota community life for several generations, St. Cornelia's Episcopal Church is a symbol of Dakota continuity in the homeland from which they once were exiles. In 1987 the remains of 31 Dakota who died in an Iowa . . . — — Map (db m70182) HM
Richard Warren Sears a 22-year-old Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway agent, first sold a shipment of watches from North Redwood in 1886. His mail-order enterprises eventually grew into Sears, Roebuck and Co., the nation's largest retailer and now a . . . — — Map (db m70526) HM
The Grand Army of the Republic Badge
Erected 1913 by W. R. C.
Sacred to the Memory
of our Civil War
Veterans 1861 - 1865
Gideon Richardson · Co. D. 195 Ohio Inf. •
A.L. Gale · Co. H. 14 N.H. Inf. •
Andrew G. . . . — — Map (db m71094) WM
Clayton H. Pickett
In memory of our comrade Clayton H. Pickett Corporal NG27342169 who was killed in action November 5, 1951 while serving in Korea with the 89th Tank Bn.
Former members, Tank Company, 135 Infantry
Redwood . . . — — Map (db m69429) WM
Exposed in the rocky hillocks of the Minnesota River valley between Montevideo and Morton are some of the oldest rocks on earth. The pink-and-black banded rock used for the pedestal of this tablet is a metamorphic rock called gneiss (pronounced . . . — — Map (db m69216) HM
First wagon trail in Redwood County, crossed the Redwood River at this fording site. Not yet dammed, the river was a small stream in pioneer years.
Built in 1853, the road connected Fort Ridgely with the Lower and Upper Sioux Agencies . . . — — Map (db m69241) HM
Near this spot lie the remains of Wowinape (Place of Refuge), a survivor of the Dakota War of 1862. Wowinape was the son of Taoyateduta (His Red Nation), known to whites as Little Crow, spokesman and leader of the Dakota in that tragic war. In July, . . . — — Map (db m69792) HM
1914 – 1918
1940 – 1946
Edmund Schierenbeck . . . — — Map (db m140767) WM
The Charles Ingalls Family's dugout home was located here in the 1870's. This depression is all that remains since the roof caved in years ago. The prairie grasses and flowers here grow much as they did in Laura's time, and the spring still flows . . . — — Map (db m163680) HM