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N.H. (AP) A New Hampshire Historical Highway marker has been installed on Route 302 in Carroll to commemorate the 19th-century logging village of Zealand. The marker also honors Zealand's founder, James Everell Henry. It says the village grew in 1875
The Record No one is sure exactly how many historical markers there are in New Jersey, but Bill Coughlin thinks he has photographed most of them. Coughlin, who was born and raised in North Arlington and lives there, is an amateur photographer-
The Kentucky Historical Society will dedicate a historical marker in Union County later this month honoring Civil War figure Bettie Taylor Phillips...Saturday, Sept. 29, at the entrance of Uniontown City Cemetery on Kentucky 360. Phillips was born in
The Jefferson County Historical Association is sponsoring the placement of a new historical marker on Cahaba Road in Mountain Brook, recognizing the first planned office park in the nation. "We thought that was pretty important," said Thomas M.
Around Town Historic marker installed Originally published September 14, 2012 From Staff Reports This plaque, bearing a quote by Col. Towner Schley, was set into the sidewalk Monday along Carroll Creek on the south side of West Patrick Street...If
With the original historical marker still missing after a theft, Elgin public works employees are brainstorming ways to make sure the replacement stays put longer. The Elgin Heritage Commission dedicated a marker outside of the Illinois Watch Case Co.
More than 45 years after an Air Force bomber crashed into a Lincoln County hillside, residents gathered Saturday to dedicate a roadside historical marker near the site and honor the three crewmen who died. The dedication drew about 200 people,
Come see New Bedford as you've never seen it before from a trolley, from the harbor, from up in the sky at tonight's AHA!, when the theme is "City View." Architects, art, history, and architecture will come alive in downtown New Bedford from 5 to 9 p.
a 106-mile sampling of tales told on Tarrant County's 379 historical markers. From a golf course to foggy cemeteries to park trails and rip-roaring highways, the places where history happened are often jarring juxtapositions of then and now.
The virtual versions of Nevada's 260 historical markers have been revised and updated, but it will take some money to swap out the actual plaques scattered across the state. About $80,000 is needed to replace 80 or so markers that contain mistakes,