ITS INDUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL AND SOCIAL INTERESTS GROWTH AND PROSPERITY
HISTORY OF MARCELINE, METROPOLIS OF LINN COUNTY.
The decade from 1880 to 1890 will go down in history as the greatest ten years of railroad construction on the American continent. Jt was during this period of unparalleled industrial progress that the … > More >
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Interviewed by Kristin Huber.
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And we’ll start. When did you come to Marceline?
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46 years ago.
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Where did you originally come from?
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Before you moved here.
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US ARMY 45th Signal Battalion (1966-1969)
In 1966, after getting in a little bit of trouble, Gary Wylie and I decided to join the Army on the buddy system. He decided he wanted to go into the Green Berets. Not me. I went to AIT (advanced individual training) at Ft. Gordon, GA as a teletype … > More >
US Army (1964 – 1966)
Born during a WWII evening practice raid, green shades drawn, making his presence in total darkness, save a flashlight held by a nurse on Saturday, July 18, 4942 in Montour County, Pennsylvania. Tom was the second son of Sebastian and Loretta James.
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Dr. W. A. Cater was born May 13, 1854 in Barnesville, Ohio and being the son of a Methodist minister, he lived in many places in his youth. When he became a doctor he practiced in Macomb, Illinois, Edina, Missouri, and Greensburg, Kansas before coming to Marceline in 1888.
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W. A. Campbell, one of the original settlers of Marceline, came here when the town was started in 1888.
He moved his family, wife and one son, from Green City to Marceline to make his home. Later three more children were born, two girls and a boy.
Of the four children only one W. … > More >