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

Clickable Map of Laclede County, Missouri and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Laclede County, MO (8) Camden County, MO (6) Dallas County, MO (3) Pulaski County, MO (24) Texas County, MO (3) Webster County, MO (7) Wright County, MO (11)  LacledeCounty(8) Laclede County (8)  CamdenCounty(6) Camden County (6)  DallasCounty(3) Dallas County (3)  PulaskiCounty(24) Pulaski County (24)  TexasCounty(3) Texas County (3)  WebsterCounty(7) Webster County (7)  WrightCounty(11) Wright County (11)
Lebanon is the county seat for Laclede County
Adjacent to Laclede County, Missouri
      Camden County (6)  
      Dallas County (3)  
      Pulaski County (24)  
      Texas County (3)  
      Webster County (7)  
      Wright County (11)  
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1 Missouri, Laclede County, Lebanon — "Stormin' Norman Pipeline"515th Engineer Company (PL)(CS) — "Link to Victory" —
The symbol of the 515th Engineer Company (PL)(CS) presented to the Citizens of Lebanon and Laclede County on May 4, 1991, for outstanding support of troops and families during Operation Desert Storm.Map (db m96192) WM
2 Missouri, Laclede County, Lebanon — Camp Joy
Camp Joy on Route 66 was started in 1927 by Charles and Lida Spears with the help of their son Emis and his wife Lois. Leaving Nebraska in 1927 the Speares traveled Route 66 from Arizona eastward looking for a good place to establish a tourist camp. . . . Map (db m171960) HM
3 Missouri, Laclede County, Lebanon — Laclede CountyMissouri 66
(each subject has its own square tile) Gasconade River Bridge A mixed-truss bridge built about 1924 near Hazelgreen, when the road was State Highway 14. It carried traffic until 2014. Harris Café Conway Built in . . . Map (db m186588) HM
4 Missouri, Laclede County, Lebanon — Lebanon
Lebanon, lying 1,265 feet above sea level, in Missouri's Central Ozarks, was founded in 1849 as the seat of newly organized Laclede County. Southern settlers named the town for Lebanon, Tenn. The county name honors the founder of St. Louis. When . . . Map (db m44872) HM
5 Missouri, Laclede County, Lebanon — Nelson Family Legacy
(each subject has its own square tile) A.T. Nelson Col. Arthur T. Nelson was well-known throughout Missouri and the U.S. He was key in persuading authorities to built Route 66 through Lebanon and donated land for the new road. . . . Map (db m186582) HM
6 Missouri, Laclede County, Lebanon — Richard Parks Bland
["]I do speak for the Great Masses of the Mississippi Valley, when I say that we will not submit to the domination of any political party, however much we may love it, that lays the sacrificing hand upon silver and will demonetize it.["] Erected . . . Map (db m96190) HM
7 Missouri, Laclede County, Lebanon — Veterans MemorialUnited We Stand
Dedicated to All American Veterans both past and present who faithfully have served our nation in war and peace ————————————— In Memory of All American . . . Map (db m158061) WM
8 Missouri, Laclede County, Lebanon — War Memorial
In Honor of the Fallen Warriors of Laclede County by its Citizens ———————————— Lebanon Area Fallen Warriors [Roll of Honored Dead] [not transcribed] [Boots . . . Map (db m158065) WM
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Sep. 30, 2023