“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 Aurora, Missouri

Clickable Map of Lawrence 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> Lawrence County, MO (10) Barry County, MO (10) Christian County, MO (7) Dade County, MO (5) Greene County, MO (145) Jasper County, MO (62) Newton County, MO (41) Stone County, MO (10)  LawrenceCounty(10) Lawrence County (10)  BarryCounty(10) Barry County (10)  ChristianCounty(7) Christian County (7)  DadeCounty(5) Dade County (5)  GreeneCounty(145) Greene County (145)  JasperCounty(62) Jasper County (62)  NewtonCounty(41) Newton County (41)  StoneCounty(10) Stone County (10)
Mount Vernon is the county seat for Lawrence County
Aurora is in Lawrence County
      Lawrence County (10)  
      Barry County (10)  
      Christian County (7)  
      Dade County (5)  
      Greene County (145)  
      Jasper County (62)  
      Newton County (41)  
      Stone County (10)  
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1 Missouri, Lawrence County, Aurora — Butterfield Overland Mail in Missouri — 1858-1861
The John I. Smith Relay Station was 172 ½ miles from the Tipton Terminus and stood in northeast Barry County, about 7 miles west of Crane.Map (db m99688) HM
2 Missouri, Lawrence County, Aurora — Civil War Marker
Honoring our Civil War Veterans. Old City Cemetery David Acuff • Joseph J. Alexander • John W. Bailey • W.W. Campbell Carsse • David S. Corpe • W.T. Ellerbeck • J. Feaster • N.M. Gardner • John W. Garsage • Jackson Green • Cyrus Grover • William . . . Map (db m62844) WM
3 Missouri, Lawrence County, Aurora — Smith Station
Smith Spring Water Station 1858 Butterfield Stage Line Overland MailMap (db m99689) HM
4 Missouri, Lawrence County, Aurora — Veterans Memorial
In Honor and Memory of Those of who served in defense of their country so that all may enjoy freedom. Back of Marker In Remembrance of those who have fallen but are not forgotten in the war on terrorism. 1LT Benjamin Colgan, 1973-2003 . . . Map (db m62802) WM
5 Missouri, Lawrence County, Aurora — Veterans Memorial
In honor of those who defended our country so that we might enjoy freedom. A B C Local 126 Dedicated Nov 11, 1958Map (db m62871) WM
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Jun. 19, 2024