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

Clickable Map of Ralls 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> Ralls County, MO (10) Audrain County, MO (15) Marion County, MO (69) Monroe County, MO (4) Pike County, MO (13) Pike County, IL (54)  RallsCounty(10) Ralls County (10)  AudrainCounty(15) Audrain County (15)  MarionCounty(69) Marion County (69)  MonroeCounty(4) Monroe County (4)  PikeCounty(13) Pike County (13)  PikeCountyIllinois(54) Pike County (54)
New London is the county seat for Ralls County
Adjacent to Ralls County, Missouri
      Audrain County (15)  
      Marion County (69)  
      Monroe County (4)  
      Pike County (13)  
      Pike County, Illinois (54)  
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1 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Cement Plant Workers — "Generation After Generation"
Continental Cement 1980 - Universal Atlas Cement 1930 - 1980 Atlas Cement 1903 - 1930Map (db m156461) HM
2 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Churches of Ilasco
1883-1929 • Marble Creek Methodist Church South 1903-1906 • Salvation Army Mission Church 1906-1910 • Baptist Mission Church 1910-1926 • Holiness Mission Church 1911-1971 • Dr. Martin Luther Slovak Lutheran Church 1915-1996 • Holy Cross . . . Map (db m156439) HM
3 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Holy Cross Catholic Church Bell — 1915 - 1996
Original BellMap (db m156392) HM
4 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Ilasco — An American Melting Pot
We came here in large numbers from nearby farms and faraway villages of southern and eastern Europe to build industrial America. We did our job well. Through blood, sweat and hard work we laid claim to the dignity of human labor and produced great . . . Map (db m156437) HM
5 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Ilasco Bridge — Built 1910
Part of the Ilasco National Historic District Established in 2016 by the U.S. Department of the InteriorMap (db m156441) HM
6 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Ilasco Missouri — A 20th Century Company Town / Immigrant Village — with a peak population of 3,000 residents —
The Atlas Portland Cement Company built the first large cement plant west of the Mississippi River shortly after the turn of the 20th century and named the area ILASCO, an acronym for the materials used to produce cement. They started production . . . Map (db m156393) HM
7 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Ilasco Schools — 1914 — 1962
Memorial dedicated 2010 by the former students, teachers and friends [Drawing of school] Ilasco Grade School 1914 — 1962 [Drawing of school] Ilasco High School 1926 — 1959 These schools were located 500 yards southwest . . . Map (db m156458) HM
8 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Monument to the Immigrants — God Bless America • In God We Trust
Dedicated to the courageous men and women who left their homelands seeking freedom and opportunity for better lives in a new country Let Freedom Ring The bell from the Ilasco Slovak Lutheran Church is a symbol to recognize all . . . Map (db m156463) HM
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9 Missouri, Ralls County, Ilasco — Schools of Ilasco
1904-1945 • New Marble Creek Grade School 1914-1962 • Ilasco Grade School 1917-1942 • Slovak Lutheran School 1926-1935 • Stillwell Addition Grade School 1926-1959 • Ilasco High School The Romanian Hall, Ilasco Baptist Mission Church and . . . Map (db m156438) HM
10 Missouri, Ralls County, New London — New London
(side 1) New London, renowned for its handsome courthouse, was founded, 1819, on the route of the historic Salt River Road by William Jamison. By 1820, it became the seat of a newly organized county named for Daniel M. Ralls, local . . . Map (db m131897) HM
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Jun. 2, 2023