“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 Swansea

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Swansea, Massachusetts and Vicinity
    Bristol County (143)
    Barnstable County (210)
    Dukes County (6)
    Norfolk County (80)
    Plymouth County (124)
    Bristol County (5)
    Newport County, Rhode Island (111)
    Providence County, Rhode Island (161)
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1Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Henry C. Cousineau EOI U.S.N.R
Dedicated to the Memory of Henry C. Cousineau EOI U.S.N.R. Killed In Action Jan. 4, 1968 Tam Ky Danang South Vietnam Veteran of World War II Volunteer for Duty in Vietnam This Tablet Erected by Family and Townspeople of Swansea, Mass. . . . — Map (db m160353) HM WM
2Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Mason Barney School Cupola
. . . — Map (db m160350) HM WM
3Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Miles (Myles) Bridge
Miles (Myles) Bridge -1997- The first known bridge at this crossing of the Palmer River ca. 1736 — Map (db m56244) HM
4Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Myles Garrison House Site
Near this spot stood the John Myles Garrison House. The place of meeting of the troops of Massachusetts Bay and Plymouth colonies. Commanded by Majors Thomas Savage and James Cudworth, who marched to the relief of Swansea at the opening of King . . . — Map (db m56215) HM
5Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Operations Desert Shield - Desert Storm Veterans Monument
Operations Desert Shield - Desert Storm August 2, 1990 – April 11, 1991 In Honor of the Swansea Men and Women Deployed to Serve in the Persian Gulf War SP4 L. Rudy Arruda, Jr. · ABH3 David W. Archer · LCPL Todd C. Baptista · PFC Eric . . . — Map (db m160351) WM
6Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Site of Jonathan Barney - Mason Barney Shipyard1782-1861
Here were built about 200 ships from small sloops to vessels of 1060 tons which sailed from the Atlantic coast to the China seas. Dedicated to their memory by Algernon H Bell • Carolyn Bell Fenley • Constance Bell Falconer — Map (db m56214) HM
7Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Swansea Navy Veterans Memorial
In Loving Memory of Raymond R. Carter RD2 US Navy And Those Swansea Veterans that Served at Sea — Map (db m160359) WM
8Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Swansea World War Honor Roll
1917   Roll of Honor   The World War   1918 This Tablet Is Erected By the Town of Swansea In Honor of its Citizens Who Served Their Country in the World War — Map (db m160358) WM
9Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Swansea World War II & Korean Conflict Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to The Citizens of the Town of Swansea Who Devotedly Served Their Country In World War II and The Korean Conflict — Map (db m160357) WM
10Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Swansea's Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the Vietnam Veterans by Swansea's Veterans Council Veterans of Foreign Wars American Legion Citizens November 11,1983 — Map (db m160355) WM
11Massachusetts (Bristol County), Swansea — Veterans' Memorial Green
( names on the granite benches ) Frank Joseph Sawejko USN · Colonel Antone S. Agular, Jr. · Horace A. “Hap” Pelletier USN · Capt. John A. Burke, Jr. USN — Map (db m160348) WM
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Jan. 17, 2021