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Historical Markers in Waynesville, Missouri

 
Clickable Map of Pulaski County, Missouri 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 Pulaski County, MO (24) Camden County, MO (6) Laclede County, MO (8) Maries County, MO (4) Miller County, MO (2) Phelps County, MO (56) Texas County, MO (3)  PulaskiCounty(24) Pulaski County (24)  CamdenCounty(6) Camden County (6)  LacledeCounty(8) Laclede County (8)  MariesCounty(4) Maries County (4)  MillerCounty(2) Miller County (2)  PhelpsCounty(56) Phelps County (56)  TexasCounty(3) Texas County (3)
Waynesville is the county seat for Pulaski County
Waynesville is in Pulaski County
      Pulaski County (24)  
ADJACENT TO PULASKI COUNTY
      Camden County (6)  
      Laclede County (8)  
      Maries County (4)  
      Miller County (2)  
      Phelps County (56)  
      Texas County (3)  
 
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1 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — A Frigid Crossing
"Traveled 12 miles to Waynesville on Roberdeou Creek, a branch of the Gasconade—clear and present day..." Dr. W. I. Morrow's diary, March 5, 1839 During the Trail of Tears, the only way Cherokee could cross the creek . . . Map (db m158042) HM
2 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — A Resting Place for the Weary
"...halted at Waynesville, MO o'c P.M. encamped and issued corn and fodder, beef and cornmeal. Weather extremely cold." B. B. Cannon's diary, December 9, 1837 If you had been here the afternoon of December 9, 1837, you . . . Map (db m158038) HM
3 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — A Road Through History
How did you get here today? There's a good chance that you traveled along a route used by travelers for centuries. Nearby I-44 and the historic Route 66 follow paths used by American Indians for trade and travel more than 500 years ago. In the . . . Map (db m158009) HM
4 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — A Trail of Tragedy
"This morning word came that a Cherokee woman was dying. I hastened to her tent...She was put in the wagon which carried her family when the detachment started, but soon expired." Rev. Daniel S. Butrick diary, March 11, . . . Map (db m158035) HM
5 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — Discover a Hidden History
Welcome to Waynesville's lush Laughlin Park, along the banks of the historic Roubidoux Creek. Along with its beauty and recreational opportunities, this place also played a part in one of the most tragic periods in American history, the Trail of . . . Map (db m158041) HM
6 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — James Richard LivingstonJuly 19 1935 to April 25 1996 — In Memory Of —
Husband, Father, Grandfather, Founding Member of the Kickapoo Trace Muzzleloaders, Mountainman, Sportsman, Civic Leader, Educator, and to all others, a Friend. You will be missed by all. Until next time Ozark Mountainman, Keep Your . . . Map (db m158044) HM
7 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — Old Stage Coach Stop
Built of logs in pioneer days, used as a stage coach stop and a tavern of rest for weary travelers westward bound. In 1862 the building was comandeered by the Union Forces and used as a hospital for the duration of the Civil War. After the war . . . Map (db m21618) HM
8 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — Pulaski County
Here in Missouri's central Ozarks, Pulaski County was organized 1833, and named for Revolutionary War general, Polish Count Casimir Pulaski. Once roamed by Indians and French trappers, the county is part of land ceded by the Osage . . . Map (db m55638) HM
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9 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — Rigsby House and Standard Oil StationRoute 66 • Waynesville, Missouri
Located on the downtown Square was the Rigsby House and, next door, the building that was formerly Rigsby Standard Oil Station. Claude and Eva Rigsby bought this house, which stands on lots 6 and 7 in block 4 of the original town of Waynesville, . . . Map (db m157295) HM
10 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — Roubidoux TrailDedicated 2003
On December 9, 1837, United States Army Conductor, B.B. Cannon and 330 Cherokee Treaty Party "Volunteers" camped near this site. Ten additional detachments, led by Cherokees themselves, passed through here on the Northern Route of the "Trail of . . . Map (db m158046) HM
11 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — Talbot House
The Talbot House is one of Waynesville's oldest homes. The home was constructed by Rev. Albert Washington Davis in 1885. After his death in 1888, his widow opened the family home to travelers as the "Pulaski House". Dr. C.A. Talbot . . . Map (db m184887) HM
12 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — Waynesville Fort1862-1865
June 7, 1862, Union Forces (the 13th Missouri Militia) under Col. Sigel, marched into Waynesville. They assumed control of several Counties and built a Fort here on this spot overlooking the town, to guard the road and telegraph wires between St. . . . Map (db m21318) HM
13 Missouri, Pulaski County, Waynesville — What is the Trail of Tears?
From 1837 to 1839, thousands of Cherokee traveled along local roads and through what is now Laughlin Park on their way to Indian Territory in the West. Some groups encamped here on their journey. The Cherokee, or the "Principal People" or . . . Map (db m158039) HM
 
 
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Jun. 5, 2023