On County Highway 9, on the right when traveling west.
The Corps of Engineers dates back to the Revolutionary War. On June 16, 1775, the day before the Battle of Bunker Hill, the Continental Congress appointed a Chief Engineer and two assistants for the Grand Army; a few years later, in 1779, Congress . . . — — Map (db m189200) HM
On Northeast 4th Street (U.S. 2) at Northeast 2nd Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Northeast 4th Street.
Minnesota Territory 1849-1858 (marker side 1) On March 3, 1849, during his last hours in office. President James K. Polk signed a bill adding a new name to the American political landscape — Minnesota Territory. A vast . . . — — Map (db m126662) HM
Near Edge of the Wilderness Scenic Byway (State Highway 38 at milepost 19), on the left when traveling north.
An important chapter of American history took place here. First, the Day Lake CCC camp provided jobs. Later, it held prisoners of war.
American's First Major Conservation Program
At the height of the Great Depression, President . . . — — Map (db m207864) HM
Near Hatchery Road, 0.5 miles east of Minnesota State Highway 46.
The Original Cut Foot Sioux Ranger Station is one of the oldest surviving buildings in the eastern Forest Service region. Constructed in 1908, it is the first ranger station established on the east side of the Chippewa National Forest. At that time, . . . — — Map (db m95148) HM