“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 Grove City, Minnesota

Clickable Map of Meeker County, Minnesota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Meeker County, MN (21) Kandiyohi County, MN (50) McLeod County, MN (10) Renville County, MN (44) Stearns County, MN (30) Wright County, MN (12)  MeekerCounty(21) Meeker County (21)  KandiyohiCounty(50) Kandiyohi County (50)  McLeodCounty(10) McLeod County (10)  RenvilleCounty(44) Renville County (44)  StearnsCounty(30) Stearns County (30)  WrightCounty(12) Wright County (12)
Litchfield is the county seat for Meeker County
Grove City is in Meeker County
      Meeker County (21)  
      Kandiyohi County (50)  
      McLeod County (10)  
      Renville County (44)  
      Stearns County (30)  
      Wright County (12)  
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1Minnesota, Meeker County, Grove City — 12 — Acton State Monument
This marks the spot where the first blood was shed in the Sioux Indian Outbreak Aug. 17, 1862 Victims: Robinson Jones • Ann Baker-Jones • Howard Baker • Viranus Webster • Clara D. Wilson Bodies of these Victims are buried in Ness . . . Map (db m70373) HM WM
2Minnesota, Meeker County, Grove City — Andreas Olson
Killed By Indians In Sioux Uprising 500 Feet Northwest August 22, 1862Map (db m70023) HM WM
3Minnesota, Meeker County, Grove City — Arndahl Lutheran Church1868 – 1991
On November 26th, 1990 Arndahl Lutheran Church was destroyed by a fire. We are left with many memories of our church and its people. We dedicate this monument to our church-going fore-fathers who did so much to build the kingdom of God in this . . . Map (db m70605) HM
4Minnesota, Meeker County, Grove City — The Acton Incident
  On August 17, 1862, four young Dakota hunters, returning to their hungry families from an unsuccessful hunt, argued about stealing food from white settlers. Sungigidan, Kaomdeiyeyedan, Nagiwicakte, and Pazoiyopa dared each other this: who among . . . Map (db m70357) HM
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Jan. 27, 2023