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Historical Markers in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota

 
Clickable Map of Dakota County, Minnesota 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 Dakota County, MN (46) Goodhue County, MN (30) Hennepin County, MN (185) Ramsey County, MN (114) Rice County, MN (9) Scott County, MN (9) Washington County, MN (59) Pierce County, WI (6)  DakotaCounty(46) Dakota County (46)  GoodhueCounty(30) Goodhue County (30)  HennepinCounty(185) Hennepin County (185)  RamseyCounty(114) Ramsey County (114)  RiceCounty(9) Rice County (9)  ScottCounty(9) Scott County (9)  WashingtonCounty(59) Washington County (59)  PierceCountyWisconsin(6) Pierce County (6)
Hastings is the county seat for Dakota County
Inver Grove Heights is in Dakota County
      Dakota County (46)  
ADJACENT TO DAKOTA COUNTY
      Goodhue County (30)  
      Hennepin County (185)  
      Ramsey County (114)  
      Rice County (9)  
      Scott County (9)  
      Washington County (59)  
      Pierce County, Wisconsin (6)  
 
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1Minnesota (Dakota County), Inver Grove Heights — B-52 Crash SiteCold War Veterans Memorial
On this spot on September 16, 1958, a U.S. Air force B-52D bomber crashed while on a Cold War training mission originating from Loring Air Force Base, Limestone, Maine. Seven crewmen gave their lives for their country. They were: Captain Wm. C. . . . Map (db m45193) HM
2Minnesota (Dakota County), Inver Grove Heights — The Salem Evangelical Church
The first congregation in Minnesota of the Evangelical Association of North America was organized here on March 2, 1857 by the Reverend Andrew Tarnutzer. The first small frame building was replaced in 1875 by a church measuring 20 by 32 feet and . . . Map (db m67319) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022