In 1901, as a country school teacher, Jessie Field created practical farm and home courses for her students as part of the regular curriculum. Later, as superintendent of Page County schools, she expanded these clubs and camps to include all rural . . . — — Map (db m88034) HM
"Everywhere in the country, for those who have learned to see and understand, are lessons which point toward the richness and strength of life."
by Jessie Field Shambaugh
These words are written in memory of "The Mother of 4-H" to honor her . . . — — Map (db m88080) HM
Taught in this Goldenrod School
September 7, 1891 to February 24, 1893
Married Lewis Elmer Miller May 4, 1898
Their second son was (Alton) Glenn Miller
Born in Clarinda, Iowa March 1, 1904 — — Map (db m88089) HM
We wish to promote peace and harmony like the music of Glenn Miller which brought our communities together. May this tree and this stone symbolize growth and stability of our Sister City relationship.
Frank Snyder, Mayor of Clarinda
Toranosuke . . . — — Map (db m87424) HM
The greatest children's migration in the history of the United States took place during the seventy-five years from 1854-1929. Orphan and impoverished children were transported from the overcrowded eastern cities to the vast midwestern farmlands. . . . — — Map (db m88093) HM
One of 7 African-Americans to receive the
Medal of Honor for WWII
Awarded January 13, 1997
Clarinda High School Graduate 1939
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his own life above and beyond the call of duty in . . . — — Map (db m87435) WM
Page County Roll of Honor
This monument is dedicated to the veterans and service members who have served this country so faithfully in war and peace from the Revolution to the present time to protect our freedom.
Page County Roll of Honor . . . — — Map (db m87422) WM