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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Linn County, Missouri

Clickable Map of Linn 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> Linn County, MO (44) Adair County, MO (4) Chariton County, MO (6) Grundy County, MO (4) Livingston County, MO (33) Macon County, MO (6) Sullivan County, MO (5)  LinnCounty(44) Linn County (44)  AdairCounty(4) Adair County (4)  CharitonCounty(6) Chariton County (6)  GrundyCounty(4) Grundy County (4)  LivingstonCounty(33) Livingston County (33)  MaconCounty(6) Macon County (6)  SullivanCounty(5) Sullivan County (5)
Linneus is the county seat for Linn County
Adjacent to Linn County, Missouri
      Adair County (4)  
      Chariton County (6)  
      Grundy County (4)  
      Livingston County (33)  
      Macon County (6)  
      Sullivan County (5)  
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1 Missouri, Linn County, Brookfield — Brookfield
Founded in 1859 and named for John Wood Brooks, who surveyed the town. First incorporated in 1865. The town became division headquarters for the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad in 1859.Map (db m144456) HM
2 Missouri, Linn County, Brookfield — Civil War Memorial — 61 • 65 — Lest We Forget —
[Title is text]Map (db m67171) WM
3 Missouri, Linn County, Brookfield — Twin Parks
In 1859, while laying out plans for Brookfield, John Wood Brooks, surveyor for the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad and native of Boston, included a park reminiscent of his hometown Boston Commons. Though it began as one large park, as the town grew . . . Map (db m198798) HM
4 Missouri, Linn County, Brookfield — War Memorial
In memory of those from the Brookfield area who gave their lives in freedom's cause this memorial is hereby dedicated [Roll of Honored Dead]Map (db m67172) WM
5 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — [Covered Bridge] Truss Structures and Truss Variations
Truss Structures Kingpost The kingpost was the first and simplest truss structure used in America. Its basic idea consists of a center post, the kingpost, with compression beams slanting downward and outward toward each shore. The . . . Map (db m67182) HM
6 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — General John J. Pershing Boyhood Home
has been designated a National Historic Landmark This site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of AmericaMap (db m67051) HM
7 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — John Joseph Pershing — September 13, 1860 - July 15, 1948
General of the Armies of the United States 1914-1924 In 1917 General Pershing organized in Europe the 2,000,000 men of the American Expeditionary Force and led them to Allied victory in November 1918 Born in Laclede, Missouri, General . . . Map (db m67050) HM WM
8 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — Laclede
[Front] Laclede is distinguished as the boyhood home of John Joseph Pershing, Commander of the American Expeditionary Force in Europe during World War I. He was born near Laclede in Linn County, Sept. 13, 1860. At the time, his parents, . . . Map (db m67004) HM
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9 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — Laclede
Birthplace and boyhood home of General John J. Pershing, Commander-in-Chief of the American Expeditionary Forces in the World War.Map (db m67052) HM
10 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — Laclede
The birth place and boyhood home of John J. Pershing Born September 13, 1860 [Dedicated] Sept. 13, 1923Map (db m67053) HM
11 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — Laclede
Laclede, Mo. was established in 1853. Conveniently located with access from the railroads, Laclede was at one time quite a prosperous town. general stores, banks, factory work, appliance retail, implement dealerships, upholstery, beauticians, . . . Map (db m67078) HM
12 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — Locust Creek Covered Bridge
Though its present setting suggests otherwise, this bridge was part of "Route 8," the first transcontinental highway in the United States and the primary east-west artery in Linn County. Prior to that designation, "Route 8" played an important . . . Map (db m67180) HM
13 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — Phil Kearny Post No. 19 G.A.R. Memorial — Department of Missouri
[Title is text]Map (db m67082) WM
14 Missouri, Linn County, Laclede — World War II Memorial — 1941 - 1945 — Navy - Army —
They Gave Their Lives in the Cause of All Freedoms George M. Gooch April 23, 1919 Elc. M 3/C, U.S.S. Oklahoma Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941 Harold Lloyd Head October 10, 1921 S. 2/C, U.S.S. Oklahoma Pearl Harbor . . . Map (db m67081) WM
15 Missouri, Linn County, Linneus — Colonel John Holland — 1796 • 1855 — In Memory Of —
Donor of this 50 acres of land to Linn County for permanent seat of justiceMap (db m67174) HM
16 Missouri, Linn County, Linneus — Linn County Courthouse
This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m67178) HM
17 Missouri, Linn County, Linneus — Linn County Jail and Sheriff's Residence — 1871
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m67179) HM
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18 Missouri, Linn County, Linneus — Veterans Memorial
. . . Map (db m67173) WM
19 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Allen Hotel
Constructed in 1906, the building was brand new when Roy Disney remembered the entire family eating out at the Allen Hotel dining room. Roy didn't remember what he had to eat, but he did remember that his little sister, Ruth, spilled the plate . . . Map (db m67166) HM
20 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — 1 — As an adult Walt Disney wrote — Disney Family Farm
"To tell the truth, more things of importance happened to me in Marceline than have happened to me since, or are likely to in the future." Walt often drew upon his idyllic farm life in Marceline for stories and characters that became world . . . Map (db m198818) HM
21 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Coming to Marceline — Reported permanently removed
Elias [Disney] purchased 45 acres in Marceline from his brother Robert at a price of $125 an acre, promising installment payments with money he was to receive for houses in Chicago that Flora had designed and he had built. In the spring of . . . Map (db m67134) HM
22 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — 4 — Coming to Marceline — Disney Family Farm
In the spring of 1906 Elias and Flora Disney moved their family from the hustle and bustle of Chicago to this idyllic 45 acre farm, purchased from the estate of Civil War veteran William Crane. At the time of the move the farm was largely . . . Map (db m198812) HM
23 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Confectionery
The confectionery located at this site in the Allen Hotel Block, built in 1905, was a favorite stop for Marcelineans with a sweet tooth. When designing Downtown Disney, which is adjacent to Disneyland, the Disney Company included Marceline's . . . Map (db m62153) HM
24 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Disney Home — A Private Residence — Reported permanently removed
The Disney family moved into this home in 1906. "I went with my family to live in Marceline when I was four years old...I clearly remember the day we arrived there on the train. A Mr. Coffman met us in his wagon and we rode out to our house in . . . Map (db m55367) HM
25 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Disneyland's Midget Autopia
. . . Map (db m67167) HM
26 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — E.P. Ripley Park — Welcome to Historic Marceline Missouri
In 1898, the Santa Fe Railway donated land in the center of the city for a park. Walt Disney played in this very park as a child and would later name the first steam engine installed in his Disneyland Resort the E.P. Ripley. As a tribute to our . . . Map (db m198822) HM
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27 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Main Street USA
Walt Disney's hometown of Marceline today is much as it was when he lived here. The first plans of Disneyland show a remarkable resemblance to the town, with it's store fronts on main street and locomotives coming and going. All who enter Disneyland . . . Map (db m62154) HM
28 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — 5 — Marceline Inspiration — Disney Family Farm
Walt's 1949 film "So Dear To My Heart" was set in the early 1900's, echoing the time period the Disney family spent in Marceline. For the film Walt instructed his production designers to create a barn set that reflected his 'best memory' of the . . . Map (db m198809) HM
29 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Santa Fe 2546
This locomotive is of the "Consolidation" class, having a wheel arrangement 2-8-0. Santa Fe classified it as 2535 series. The wheels are of medium size, indicating that it was intended for medium-speed, freight duty. Number 2546 is one of . . . Map (db m67164) HM
30 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — The "So Dear To My Heart" Barn — Reported permanently removed
In 1949 Walt Disney released the film "So Dear To My Heart," which takes place in the early 1900's - the same period as Walt's childhood. In the movie, one of the structures on the farm was a barn. It was a set designed and built according to . . . Map (db m67136) HM
31 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — The Disney Family Farmhouse
this home is currently a private residence "I went with our family to live in Marceline when I was around 4 years old… I clearly remember the day we arrived there on the train. A Mr. Coffman met us in his wagon and we rode out . . . Map (db m198821) HM
32 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — The Dreaming Tree — Reported permanently removed
This large cottonwood tree still stands where Walt and Ruth played and waded in the spring that runs at its base. Daydreaming under the giant cottonwood young Walt Disney would observe the whole of nature surrounding him – the bugs, animals, birds, . . . Map (db m55381) HM
33 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — The Happy Place — Reported permanently removed
In 1950 Walt recreated the barn from Marceline at his home in California and used it as his personal workshop. It became his "Happy Place" and became the birthplace of "Disney Imagineering."Map (db m55382) HM
34 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — 2 — The Original Dreaming Tree — Disney Family Farm
In 1906 Elias Disney purchased the William Crane Farm located on the outskirts of Marceline, Missouri. The entire family was enlisted by Elias & Flora to help maintain the farm, tasking a young Walt with the responsibility of keeping an eye on his . . . Map (db m198801) HM
35 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — 3 — The Son of Dreaming Tree — planted September 2004 — Disney Family Farm —
This Dreaming Tree Sapling was planted by Walt's grandson Bradford Disney Lund, with the assistance of Walt Disney World Ambassadors Sara Spike, Juan Aviles and Christopher Stewart. Soil from the Magic Kingdom and water from the Rivers of America . . . Map (db m198817) HM
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36 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Uptown Theater
Opened June 30, 1930. In 1956, Walt and Roy Disney held the Midwest premiere of their feature film "The Great Locomotive Chase" in this theater. They personally greeted each child at the door. Walt and Roy took the stage before the movie started and . . . Map (db m55386) HM
37 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Walt Disney on Marceline — Reported permanently removed
As an adult Walt [Disney] wrote: "To tell the truth, more things of importance happened to me in Marceline than have happened to me since or are likely to the future." Often he drew upon farm life for stories and characters that became world . . . Map (db m67135) HM
38 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Walt Disney Post Office
After Walt Disney's death in December of 1966, the citizens of Marceline lobbied the United States Postal Department to issue a commemorative stamp to his honor. The postal department agreed to issue the stamp. After the issuance of the stamp was . . . Map (db m67165) HM
39 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Walt Disney's "Barn Circus" — Reported permanently removed
Walt Disney was the age of four when his family moved from Chicago to a forty-acre farm in Marceline. Walt quickly learned to love farm life, and the old barn became his and his younger sister Ruth's favorite place to play. The barn provided . . . Map (db m67137) HM
40 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — 6 — Walt Learns a Valuable Lesson — Disney Family Farm
When a young Walt decided to hold a 'Circus' in the barn, his friends paid 10 cent for a show comprised of a lethargic goat, a pig, and the family dog & cat dressed in sister Ruth's doll clothing. They were not impressed. When Flora heard the . . . Map (db m198815) HM
41 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — 7 — Walt's Happy Place — Disney Family Farm
In 1950 Walt used his fondest memories of Marceline to recreate the old family farm barn in the backyard of his new Holmby Hills property in California. Walt used the new barn as a personal workshop for his beloved Carolwood Pacific Railway. It . . . Map (db m198814) HM
42 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — 8 — Welcome to Walt's Barn — Disney Family Farm
This barn was built by volunteers in the summer of 2001 to help celebrate Walt's 100th birthday. It was constructed using the blueprints Walt had commissioned for his own Holmby Hills workshop. Autographs and messages to Walt and Roy are . . . Map (db m198807) HM
43 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — World Wars Memorial — For God and Country — 1917 - 1918 • 1941 - 1945 —
In honor of those from the Marceline - Bucklin Community who made the supreme sacrifice in the World Wars World War I William Gupton • Wesley Simon Hedrick • William P. Jones • Samuel Kennedy • Lester Leake • Foster Miller • . . . Map (db m67141) HM
44 Missouri, Linn County, Marceline — Zurchers
The Coca-Cola building on Main Street USA at Disneyland is modeled after the Zurcher Building you see here. Built in 1892, Zurcher Jewelers occupied this site from 1903 to 1973. In the Knights of Pythias hall, located in the second story, Elias . . . Map (db m62421) HM
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Jun. 1, 2023