“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Mitchell County, Iowa

Clickable Map of Mitchell County, Iowa and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Mitchell County, IA (5) Cerro Gordo County, IA (32) Chickasaw County, IA (1) Floyd County, IA (5) Howard County, IA (6) Worth County, IA (18) Mower County, MN (5)  MitchellCounty(5) Mitchell County (5)  CerroGordoCounty(32) Cerro Gordo County (32)  ChickasawCounty(1) Chickasaw County (1)  FloydCounty(5) Floyd County (5)  HowardCounty(6) Howard County (6)  WorthCounty(18) Worth County (18)  MowerCountyMinnesota(5) Mower County (5)
Osage is the county seat for Mitchell County
Adjacent to Mitchell County, Iowa
      Cerro Gordo County (32)  
      Chickasaw County (1)  
      Floyd County (5)  
      Howard County (6)  
      Worth County (18)  
      Mower County, Minnesota (5)  
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1 Iowa, Mitchell County, Carpenter — Deer Creek Lutheran Church Bell
This bell has called people to God’s house to worship since 1869. It was first purchased and used by First Lutheran Church of St. Ansgar. In 1893 they gave it to Deer Creek Lutheran Church where it continued its call of worship across the . . . Map (db m16939) HM
2 Iowa, Mitchell County, Carpenter — Fort Severson
Built in 1867 by Nils Severson on his land with help of neighbor's using limestone and mortar of lime & sand from Deer Creek. Severson's design was a typical fort with small openings for rifles and larger openings for gatling guns. The Spirit . . . Map (db m9547) HM
3 Iowa, Mitchell County, Osage — 10 — Dragoon Trail Historical Site Marker No. 10
Here passed the Dragoon Trail blazed in 1835 by the first U.S. Dragoons under Colonel Stephen W. Kearney.Map (db m139811) HM
4 Iowa, Mitchell County, Osage — History of Spring Park
In early Osage, people went on camping trips to Nim's ford. This was about ten to twelve miles south of town on the Cedar River. Equipped with tents and provisions, the family might camp out for a week or more. Some of the Osage campers . . . Map (db m142115) HM
5 Iowa, Mitchell County, St. Ansgar — St. Ansgar Freedom Rock Veterans MemorialMitchel County Freedom Rock — — -- Ray “Bubba” Sorensen II -- — —
Thank You Veterans ———————— {Logo of the Sons of the American Legion} ———————— {American Flag Heart} Map (db m142091) WM
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May. 27, 2023