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Related Historical Markers

This is a list of other markers related to Governor and Mrs. Harvey.
 
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June 6, 2008
Camp Harvey Marker
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1Wisconsin (Milwaukee County), West Allis — 318 — Camp Harvey
At the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in April of 1898, President William McKinley called on the states to gather their military forces. State officials ordered the Wisconsin National Guard to report for duty at Camp Harvey, named for . . . Map (db m36393) HM
2Wisconsin (Dane County), Madison — Harvey Hospital
On this city block stood, during the Civil War, Harvey Hospital, and later the Wisconsin Soldiers' Orphans' Home, both established through the influence of Mrs. Cordelia P. Harvey, whose honored husband, Governor Louis R. Harvey, had, April 19, . . . Map (db m36391) HM
3Wisconsin (Kenosha County), Pleasant Prairie — 305 — Cordelia A.P. Harvey
Wisconsin women rallied to support the Union during the Civil War. They became nurses, hospital matrons, sanitary agents, and ministers. Cordelia A. Perrine Harvey attained national prominence for her role in promoting convalescent aid for sick and . . . Map (db m36392) HM
4Wisconsin (Rock County), Shopiere — 13 — Home of Governor Harvey
Louis Powell Harvey lived here 1851-1859. He was a leader in business, education, journalism, and politics. Soon after his inauguration, Gov. Harvey led a relief expedition to Wisconsin troops who had just fought their first major battle and . . . Map (db m36390) HM
 
 
  
 
Sep. 16, 2021