Jefferson Davis Memorial State Park

On May 4, 1865, Jefferson Davis arrived in Washington, Georgia (178 miles NE of the Park), where he performed his last duties as President of the Confederate States of America. Shortly thereafter, with a small staff and escort, he departed ...

Lyon Family Cemetery and Pvt. Richard Moran

History of the Northern Virginia Regional Parks

"Mount up, the Yankees are coming!"

-Pvt. Richard Moran

April 1, 1863 prior to the "Battle of Miskel's Farm"

Pvt. Richard (Dick) Moran is buried at this site. Moran was a member of ...

Camp Recovery

On the east side of Flint River, twenty-one miles southwest is the site of Camp Recovery, established during the First Seminole Indian War as a hospital base to which the sick soldiers from Fort Scott were sent to recover. A ...

Post Brother's Plow

Built by Charles R. Post in 1937 to reclaim farmlands ruined by floods, the Post Brothers' Plow is considered to be the world's largest plow. Measuring 37 ft. long, 12 ft. high, and 11 ft. wide, with a blade of ...

The British Advance on Bemis Heights

October 7, 1777

On October 7, General Burgoyne sent 1,500 men and 10 cannon to flank the American position on Bemis Heights. The Patriots intercepted the British here in the Barber wheatfield and the battle was on again.

Marker is ...

The Minuteman

Pro Patria

Given by

David Barclay

November XI


Marker is on Liberty Street, on the right when traveling north.


Yorba Cemetery

In 1858, Don Bernardo Yorba, son of one of the first land grantees in Southern California and major landowner in his own right, set aside this land as a cemetery. For almost a century, members of many early California families ...

Battles of Pennys and Luce Landing

1814 - 1926

At Penny's Landing Farmers and Militia prevented the capture of Sloop Nancy by British Man of War Sylph. At Luce's Landing Revenue Cutter Nathan Hale was captured by British Frigate after a valiant defense for three days ...

Queen’s Campus



The State University of New Jersey

Queen’s Campus


Queen’s College (now Rutgers University) opened for instruction in 1771 in a tavern known as “the Sign of the Red Lion” on the corner of Neilson and Albany Streets. ...

First Advent Christian Church

This church is the oldest in Tustin, having been in continuous service since 1881. The original sanctuary contains pews which came around the Horn from the East Coast by sailing ship.

Marker is on West Main Street, on the right ...