Historical marker


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Historical marker

A permanent, descriptive sign or plaque affixed or adjacent to a historic building or historic site.
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In 1998, a historical marker was placed by the National Historical Commission at Laurel's house in Paco, Manila, which he bought in 1926.
Gus Sanchez is pleased to invite the public to a dedication ceremony hosted by Chamizal National Memorial and the El Paso County Historical Commission for a new historical marker featuring Estela Portillo Trambley.
Tears were streaming down their faces as I finished,' he said at the unveiling of the historical marker for the Hungarian rendition of the Philippine hero's final oeuvre at the Rizal Shrine in Intramuros, Manila.
For me, it took only five minutes of standing in front of the historical marker near Tubman's birthplace to revolutionize my understanding of her story and of slavery itself.
This year, Chubb and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission honored INA's 225year history in the city with a historical marker on Insurance Row.
A civil rights historical marker remembering Emmett Till was vandalized in Mississippi during the weekend.
According to a historical marker outside the home, the fence was "furnished by the Philadelphia
Chubb, in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC), today dedicated a Pennsylvania historical marker to the Insurance Company of North America (INA), Chubb's oldest subsidiary company.
King says the historical marker application that Gammons is working on is essentially "ready to go" but that she is waiting on a final report on her findings before she submits the application for the marker to the Maryland Department of Planning.
An historical marker from 1917 was found near the railroad tracks on the east side of I-5 that marks the location of Coryell Pass, named for an early settler family, Bjorklund said.
There, you'll find a recently placed roadside historical marker which honors a lifetime of work by Mildred Scott Olmsted on behalf of WILPF.
Last year, the barracks and the parade ground were recognized with a Michigan state historical marker.

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