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Battle of Hartville Confederate Monument image, Touch for more information
By Duane Hall, October 14, 2016
Battle of Hartville Confederate Monument
Missouri (Wright County), Hartville — Battle of Hartville Confederate Monument
(Front Side) On This Site as a Result of the Battle of Hartville 11 January 1863 Lie the Remains Of Our Fallen Comrades Shelby’s Brigade Gordon’s Regiment Captain James Garrett, Co. E • Private James M. Gaulthing, . . . — Map (db m99378) WM
Missouri (Wright County), Hartville — The Battle of Hartville
(LEFT PANEL) The Battle of Hartville The Civil War Comes to Hartville The battle of Hartville, Mo., on Jan. 11, 1863, was a chance meeting of two armies. On Jan. 8, Confederates led by Brig. Gen. John S. Marmaduke . . . — Map (db m99345) HM
Missouri (Wright County), Hartville — Wright County
Wright County, in the Ozark Highland of Missouri, lies in a region ceded the U.S. by the Osage Indians in 1808. The first white settlers, mainly from Tennessee, came in the 1830’s. The county, named for Senator Silas Wright of N.Y., was organized in . . . — Map (db m99290) HM
Missouri (Wright County), Hartville — Wright County "Lest We Forget" Memorial
(Front Side) Lest We Forget World War I Bare, Roy W. • Baker, Ovie • Beckett, Frank • Branstetter, Marvin • Brazeal, Jesse • Chadwell, James • Clark, Alexander • Evans, J. Frank • Findley, George E. • Floyd, Samuel D. • Gresham, . . . — Map (db m99289) WM
Missouri (Wright County), Mansfield — Carl "Sub" Mays — 1891 - 1971
Carl grew up in the Prairie Hollow community south of Mansfield. Mays made his major league debut as a pitcher on April 15, 1915. His famous spitball submarine delivery resulted in a heavy, sinking effect that batters easily misjudged. He set . . . — Map (db m60074) HM
Missouri (Wright County), Mansfield — Laura Ingalls Wilder
Author of "Little House" Books Little House in the Big Woods - 1932 Farmer Boy - 1933 Little House on the Prairie On the Banks of Plum Creek - 1937 By the Shores of Silver Lake - 1939 The Long Winter - 1940 Little Town on the . . . — Map (db m60072) HM
Missouri (Wright County), Mansfield — Rocky Ridge Farm — Home of Laura Ingalls Wilder
Front Laura Ingalls Wilder, one of America's best known authors, was born in 1867 near Pepin, Wisconsin. Her "Little House" books were written here on Rocky Ridge Farm, her home for over sixty years. On July 17, 1894, Laura, her . . . — Map (db m58371) HM
Missouri (Wright County), Mansfield — The Wilder Home / The Little Books Began Here
(Side A) The Wilder Home 1928-1936 In 1928, after living abroad for several years, Rose Wilder Lane returned to her childhood home on Rocky Ridge Farm. With proceeds from her writings Rose built her parents a modern house. The keys were . . . — Map (db m60080) HM
Missouri (Wright County), Mansfield — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to all servicemen of all wars — Map (db m62566) WM
Missouri (Wright County), Mansfield — War Memorial — Wright County
In memory of those who gave their lives for our country World War I • World War II Korean War • Vietnam War Operation Enduring Freedom [Roll of Honored Dead] — Map (db m60073) HM
Missouri (Wright County), Mansfield — Wilder's Pecan Tree
Wind claimed this Pecan Tree in 2002 The Wilder's [sic] planted this tree c.1900 — Map (db m60076) HM

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