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Civil War Memorial Dedication image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., September 1, 2014
Civil War Memorial Dedication
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — Civil War Memorial
An acknowledgement of the debt which mankind owes to the Heroes who fought to maintain our national union, and preserve to the world a government founded upon liberty and equality. — Map (db m78050) WM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — Marshall County Court House 1891
Entered on the National Register of Historic Places Nov. 5, 1974 — Map (db m48601) HM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — Marshall County Veterans Memorial
[Rolls of Honored Dead, Missing, and Veterans] ———————— In Memory Of Paul Dwerlkotte And All Veterans ———————— History of . . . — Map (db m78044) HM WM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — Marysville Original Station Apr. 3, 1860 - Nov. 20, 1861
In 1859, A.G. Barrett built the "Barrett Hotel." It was located here on the corner of Eighth and Broadway. He built it of native lumber made at his sawmill on the Black Vermillion River. This was one of the largest hotels on the Overland Route . . . — Map (db m48596) HM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — 25 — Marysville
A few miles below Marysville was the famous ford on the Oregon Trail known as the Independence, Mormon or California crossing. There thousands of covered wagons with settlers bound for Oregon, Mormons for Utah and gold seekers for California . . . — Map (db m48599) HM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — Marysville
Marysville was a home station for the Pony Express and the original building stands on its original site one block west. There, Pony Express Riders were changed as they carried the Overland Mail through 1966 miles of territory, now eight states. . . . — Map (db m48634) HM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — Marysville, Kan. A Home Station 1860 - 1861
[Relief of Pony Express Rider] — Map (db m48602) HM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — Pony Express Home Station No. 1 1859
This barn, a Pony Express Station of 1860-61, stands on the original site. Here courageous Pony Express Riders changed mounts as they carried the Overland Mail through 1966 miles of territory, now eight states. Russell, Majors, Waddell . . . — Map (db m48631) HM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — S. M. N. & R. American Legion Post 163 Veterans Memorial
In honor and memory of all who served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America Remembered Not Forgotten — Map (db m78048) WM
Kansas (Marshall County), Marysville — Union Pacific Engine No. 460
For future generations to enjoy this locomotive Union Pacific Engine No. 460 has been placed here as a gift of the Union Pacific Railroad Company in April 1956 The project was financed through sale of stock of the . . . — Map (db m78057) HM

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