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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Wabasha, Minnesota
Location of Wabasha, Minnesota
► Wabasha County (17) ► Goodhue County (24) ► Olmsted County (11) ► Winona County (19) ► Buffalo County, Wisconsin (8) ► Pepin County, Wisconsin (6)
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|On 3rd Street East at Bailey Avenue, on the right when traveling west on 3rd Street East. |
|Designed by well-known architect Cass Gilbert, whose elegant new state capitol building was under construction in St. Paul, this handsome English Gothic style church was consecrated by Bishop Henry Benjamin Whipple on April 28, 1901. Forty-two years . . . — — Map (db m67010) HM|
|On 3rd Street East just east of Jefferson Avenue, on the right when traveling east. |
|Minnesota Territory 1849-1858 (marker side 1) On March 3, 1849, during his last hours in office. President James K. Polk signed a bill adding a new name to the American political landscape — Minnesota Territory. A vast land, it . . . — — Map (db m164188) HM|
|On Lawrence Boulevard West at Bridge Avenue, on the left when traveling east on Lawrence Boulevard West. |
Wabasha-Nelson Bridge Company
The Wabasha-Nelson Bridge Company was incorporated in 1929 to build and operate a toll bridge over the Mississippi River. The Minneapolis Bridge Company & C.A.P. Turner were contracted to design and . . . — — Map (db m71974) HM|
|On Pembroke Avenue (State Highway 60) at Hiawatha Drive East (County Road 30), on the left when traveling south on Pembroke Avenue. |
to those who
Sacrificed — — Map (db m45488) HM|
|On Lawrence Boulevard East at Pembroke Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Lawrence Boulevard East. |
As George Washington was to the United States of America, so was his contemporary, Wapahasha, to the Dakota of eastern Minnesota. Wapahasha (Red Standard or Red Cap) was born about 1718 and became the foremost hero in the national . . . — — Map (db m66959) HM|