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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Bonner Springs, Kansas

 
Clickable Map of Wyandotte County, Kansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Wyandotte County, KS (104) Johnson County, KS (104) Leavenworth County, KS (106) Clay County, MO (75) Jackson County, MO (345) Platte County, MO (72)  WyandotteCounty(104) Wyandotte County (104)  JohnsonCounty(104) Johnson County (104)  LeavenworthCounty(106) Leavenworth County (106)  ClayCountyMissouri(75) Clay County (75)  JacksonCounty(345) Jackson County (345)  PlatteCounty(72) Platte County (72)
Kansas City is the county seat for Wyandotte County
Bonner Springs is in Wyandotte County
      Wyandotte County (104)  
ADJACENT TO WYANDOTTE COUNTY
      Johnson County (104)  
      Leavenworth County (106)  
      Clay County, Missouri (75)  
      Jackson County, Missouri (345)  
      Platte County, Missouri (72)  
 
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1Kansas (Wyandotte County), Bonner Springs — Bomber Builders
This memorial is erected in recognition of the men and women who built the B-25 bombers at the North American Aviation plant in Kansas City, Kansas, during World War II. Between December 1941, and August 1945, over 50,000 employees built 6,608 . . . Map (db m46290) HM WM
2Kansas (Wyandotte County), Bonner Springs — Bonner Springs Veterans' Memorial
. . . Map (db m21259) HM
3Kansas (Wyandotte County), Bonner Springs — Centennial Park Caboose
Centennial Park was dedicated on August 25, 2001 to all the past, present and future generations of Bonner Springs and to all the citizens and business owners that have made our city what it is today. This park is a symbol of our heritage to the . . . Map (db m46783) HM
4Kansas (Wyandotte County), Bonner Springs — Kansas City, Kansas
In June, 1804, Lewis and Clark, exploring the Louisiana Purchase, camped where the Kansas river empties into the Missouri. Forty years later the Wyandot Indians were moved here from Ohio. Their tribal burial ground, Huron cemetery, may still be . . . Map (db m46303) HM
5Kansas (Wyandotte County), Bonner Springs — 2 — Kansas Indian Reservations
When the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, many different Indian nations occupied what is now the United States. European settlement gradually resulted in many of these native peoples being pushed to the west. In 1825 the U.S. government . . . Map (db m46324) HM
6Kansas (Wyandotte County), Bonner Springs — The Ethnic Communities of Wyandotte County Sesquicentennial1859 - 2009
In commemoration of the ethnic communities present in the new Wyandotte County created in 1859 Shawnee-Delaware • Wyandot • African • German Irish • English • Scottish • Danish 1909 Within this 50 year span the following . . . Map (db m46296) HM
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7Kansas (Wyandotte County), Bonner Springs — The National Farmers Memorial
This Memorial is dedicated to the American Farmer past, present and future To the Farmers of America Because of the sacrifices that you have made Because of the hardships that you have endured Because of your determination to succeed . . . Map (db m46246) HM
 
 
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Oct. 4, 2022