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"Stormin' Norman Pipeline" Marker and 515th Engr Co Monument image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., July 10, 2016
"Stormin' Norman Pipeline" Marker and 515th Engr Co Monument
Missouri (Laclede County), Lebanon — "Stormin' Norman Pipeline" 515th Engineer Company (PL)(CS) "Link to Victory"

The symbol of the 515th Engineer Company (PL)(CS) presented to the Citizens of Lebanon and Laclede County on May 4, 1991, for outstanding support of troops and families during Operation Desert Storm. — Map (db m96192) WM

Missouri (Laclede County), Lebanon — Lebanon
Lebanon, lying 1,265 feet above sea level, in Missouri's Central Ozarks, was founded in 1849 as the seat of newly organized Laclede County. Southern settlers named the town for Lebanon, Tenn. The county name honors the founder of St. Louis. When . . . — Map (db m44872) HM
Missouri (Laclede County), Lebanon — Richard Parks Bland

["]I do speak for the Great Masses of the Mississippi Valley, when I say that we will not submit to the domination of any political party, however much we may love it, that lays the sacrificing hand upon silver and will demonetize . . . — Map (db m96190) HM


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