“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Glen Cove, New York

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Mineola is the county seat for Nassau County
Glen Cove is in Nassau County
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1New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Carpenters — 1914 World War 1918
In honor of the members of Local Union No. 1093 who served their country in the World War 1914 – 1918 Adam Donaldson • Frank S. Boday • Louis Myers • Edw. Nordstrom • Frank Hoebich • Everett Wicks • Patrick Hanlon • Daniel Murdock • Fred . . . Map (db m65203) HM
2New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove Civil War Memorial
. . . Map (db m65206) HM WM
3New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove Korea Memorial
. . . Map (db m65205) WM
4New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove Vietnam Memorial
This tribute is dedicated to those veterans who gave the supreme sacrifice during the “Vietnam War” 1959 – 1975 ( Lower Marker : ) Francis Andrysiak Francis Arnett Richard Brown Charles Johnson John McCarthy Richard . . . Map (db m65188) WM
5New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove WWI Memorial
Dedicated to the Glen Cove men who gave their lives in the First World War William Henry Albin • Harvey Brewster • John J. Butler • Luigi Capobianco • Earl Clinton Chadwick • Samuel Dawson • James Erwin Donahue • George Ford • Ralph William Francis . . . Map (db m65168) WM
6New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove WWII Memorial
A tribute to the men of Glen Cove who gave their lives in the service of their country in the armed forces of the United States in World War II December 7, 1941          August 14, 1945 Abate, Victor • Becker, Valentine • Bessel, Solomon • . . . Map (db m65182) WM
7New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — John E. Miller
In memory of John E. Miller Private – 2nd New York Calvary Born Glen Cove, New York 1841 Died Andersonville Prison, Georgia 1864Map (db m65163) HM
8New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Justice Court Building
Has Been Placed On The National Register Of Historic Places in 1990 By The United States Department of The InteriorMap (db m164244) HM
9New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Liberty Pole
Near this spot a flagpole was erected during the early days of the Civil War.Map (db m65070) HM
10New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Polish American Freedom Fighters
Tribute to those Polish American Freedom Fighters who made the supreme sacrifice in First and Second World Wars Polish American War Veterans of Glen Cove and vicinity, inc. * 1982 *Map (db m65184) WM
11New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — R.R. Station
First train to New York from Glen Cove Glen Street May 16, 1867.Map (db m65073) HM
12New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Sgt. Major Daniel J. Daly — United States Marine Corps
Medal of Honor Seige of Peking 1900 Medal of Honor Haitian Rebellion 1915 Navy Cross   1918 Distinguished Service Cross   1918 A native of Glen Cove, Dan Daly will live forever as a hero, a legend, a two time Medal of Honor winner and as a . . . Map (db m65166) HM
13New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Starch Works
Located Here 1855. Largest Corn Starch Manufacturing Plant In The World Building Destroyed In The Great Fire of 1906Map (db m164187) HM
14New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — 392 — Suffragists
Helen Sherman Pratt and Florence Gibb Pratt, sisters-in-law who advocated for women's voting rights ca. 1917, lived near here.Map (db m132686) HM
15New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — 447 — The Landing
Named for the steamboat wharf built here ca. 1829 by William Weeks serving the New York City to Glen Cove route until 1916.Map (db m132679) HM
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May. 20, 2022