“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 Harper, Kansas

Clickable Map of Harper County, Kansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Harper County, KS (11) Barber County, KS (9) Kingman County, KS (9) Sumner County, KS (28) Alfalfa County, OK (4) Grant County, OK (1)  HarperCounty(11) Harper County (11)  BarberCounty(9) Barber County (9)  KingmanCounty(9) Kingman County (9)  SumnerCounty(28) Sumner County (28)  AlfalfaCountyOklahoma(4) Alfalfa County (4)  GrantCounty(1) Grant County (1)
Anthony is the county seat for Harper County
Harper is in Harper County
      Harper County (11)  
      Barber County (9)  
      Kingman County (9)  
      Sumner County (28)  
      Alfalfa County, Oklahoma (4)  
      Grant County, Oklahoma (1)  
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1 Kansas, Harper County, Harper — Jeff Long Post No. 104Born Aug. 30, 1925 — Killed In Action Feb. 26, 1945 —
Honor Roll In memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice Jefferson Long III • Charles F. Long • Erwin H. Naasz • Curtis E. Fields • Lotus L. Thiel • Emmett E. Mayberry • Jefferson G. Gillespie • James Bloss • Verl Dean Hacker • Raymond . . . Map (db m62821) WM
2 Kansas, Harper County, Harper — 66 — Old Runnymede
Two miles northeast of here, in 1890, stood a typical English village. Curving driveways led to English-style houses set among rows of clipped hedges. Nearby were polo grounds, a steeplechase course, a race track, tennis courts, and a football . . . Map (db m62700) HM
3 Kansas, Harper County, Harper — Old Runnymede Church1890
This is the church that once stood in Runnymede, an English village, nine and one half miles northeast of Harper. The church was first dedicated as St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in 1889, but was rededicated in 1893, when the Episcopalians of . . . Map (db m62702) HM
4 Kansas, Harper County, Harper — The Ole Harper Fountain
The fountain was originally located on this site and presented to the City of Harper in the year 1909 by the Study and Social Club, under the direction of club president Mary Coulson and club founder and teacher, Josephine Weatherly, at a cost of . . . Map (db m62704) HM
5 Kansas, Harper County, Harper — U.S. (Army) Sgt. Willsun Marcus Wayne MockBorn: December 19, 1982 - KIA: October 22, 2006 — "Strength and Honor" —
Son of Ann E. Reida and Michael W. Mock Grandson of Alro and Louise Reida Serving in "Operation Iraqi Freedom" on his second tour and was killed in action, Baghdad, Iraq. He earned his 1st Bronze Star in the Battle of Fallujah in 2004 and . . . Map (db m62824) WM
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Apr. 18, 2024