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The "31 Members of the US Colored Infantry" Gravesites are located in Columbia Cemetery in Columbia, MO. Pictured in foreground are 4 graves in proximity to one another.

Columbia Cemetery was established in 1820. Among those buried in Columbia Cemetery are James Sidney Rollins, William F. Switzler, Odon Guitar, David Guitar and 31 members of the United States Colored Infantry. The Columbia Cemetery website (http://www.columbiacemetery.org/) is a good resource for information on the persons buried there.

The "39th Regiment" Monument of Centralia, Mo. is located in the Jefferson City National Cemetery. It was erected around 1868. It commemorates members of Companies A, G and H of the 39th Regiment of the Missouri Volunteer Infantry who were killed in action at Centralia on Sept. 27, 1864. The monument marks the trench burial of the 118 men interred there. 

For more information please visit the Jefferson City National Cemetery (http://www.cem.va.gov/cems/nchp/jeffersoncity.asp).

The "Action on the Third Day" Wayside Marker is part of the Battle of Westport driving tour. It is located in Kansas City, Missouri near the intersection of 56th and Pennsylvania. 

The "Attack on Goslin's Lane" Wayside Marker  is located on Route J, north of Interstate 70, near Rocheport, MO.   

For more information please visit the Missouri's Civil War Heritage Foundation website (http://www.mocivilwar.org/).

The "Battle of Boonville" wayside marker is located in front of the Warden's Residence adjacent to the Boonville Correctional Facility at 1216 East Morgan Street in Boonville.

On the marker is the background and details of the First Battle of Boonville along with illustrations.

The "Battle of Cole Camp" wayside marker is located on Highway 52 just east of Cole Camp. It is located across the intersection of Highway 52 and Dodge Pond Avenue on the farm of Harold and Leona Mae Hesse.

On the marker are details of the Battle of Cole Camp along with illustrations and a battle map.

The "Battle of Dug Springs" wayside marker is located in Clever, Missouri at the Clever R-V middle school near the ball field in back of the elementary school.

The marker tells the story of the Battle of Dug Springs.

The "Battle of Fayette" wayside marker is located adjacent to the Student and Community Center on the campus of Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri.

The marker features background information on the battle, details of the battle, illustrations and a battle map.

Pictured, at left, is the vista from nearby the "Battle of Glasgow" wayside marker located in Glasgow, Missouri at the west end of Market Street where it dead ends at the Missouri River overlook.

Background information related to the battle, details of the battle, images, illustrations, and a battle map are on the marker.

The "Battle of Independence" wayside marker is located near the southwest corner of the Courthouse Square on West Lexington Avenue in Independence, Missouri.

Included on the marker are the background and details of the First Battle of Independence. The marker mentions William Quantrill, Col. John T. Hughes, Col. G.W. Thompson and Col. Upton Hays. The marker features illustrations, photographs and a detailed map of the battle.

The "Battle of Lexington" Marker is located adjacent to the Battle of Lexington State Historic Site Visitors Center in Lexington, MO. This marker was erected by the Sons of Confederate Veterans.

"Battle of Lone Jack" Marker is located just south of U.S. Hwy 50 in Lone Jack, MO. It was erected by the Jackson County Parks Department and describes the Battle of Lone Jack.

 

The "Battle of Marshall - Shelby's Raid" wayside marker is located near the "Battle" gazebo in the northeast corner of Indian Foothills Park in Marshall, Missouri.

On the marker are background and details of Shelby's Raid complete with a battle map. "Shelby's breakout" as depicted by Missouri artist Andy Thomas is also on the marker. 

The "Battle of Mount Zion" Marker is located on the grounds of the Mount Zion Church and Cemetery, southeast of Hallsville, MO on Mt. Zion Church Road.

The Mount Zion Church was the scene of a Civil War battle on December 28, 1861. Seven Confederate soldiers are buried in the cemetery.

The marker was erected by the Sons of Confederate Veterans in 2002.

The "Battle of Springfield - Marmaduke's 1st Raid" wayside marker is located in Park Central Square in downtown Springfield within a short distance of the Missouri State University campus.

The marker tells the story of the Battle of Springfield (Second Battle of Springfield) and Marmaduke's 1st Raid. The marker has illustrations and a battle map.

 The "Battle of the Big Blue Battle Maps" Wayside Marker is part of the Battle of Westport driving tour. It is located in Kansas City, Missouri on Manchester Trafficway. The marker has information about the Battle of the Big Blue during Oct. 22 and Oct.

The "Battle of the Big Blue" Wayside Marker is part of the Battle of Westport driving tour. It is located in Kansas City, Missouri near the intersection of E. 63rd and Paseo. 

The "Battle of Westport" Wayside Marker is part of the Battle of Westport driving tour. It is located in Kansas City, Missouri at the corner of 63rd and Elmwood near the entrance to the zoo.

This is STOP 18 on the tour. 

The "Battles in the Marmaton Valley" wayside marker is located at Emery's Truck Plaza on Highway 54, west of Nevada, Missouri in Deerfield, Missouri.

The marker tells the story of the Battle of Drywood Creek and the Battle of the Marmaton River (Charlot's Farm). 

The "Bent & Ward Houses" Wayside Marker is part of the Battle of Westport driving tour. It is located in Kansas City, Missouri on 55th just east of Ward Parkway. 

The "Boston Adams' House" Wayside Marker is part of the Battle of Westport driving tour. It is located in Kansas City, Missouri on Swope Parkway near the Battle of Westport Visitor Center.

This is STOP 19 on the tour. 

The "Broken Capstone" Marker is located just southeast of the Lexington Battlefield on the site of the Old Masonic College in Lexington, MO.

The "Byram's Ford Battlefield" Wayside Marker is part of the Battle of Westport driving tour. It is located in Kansas City, Missouri on Manchester Trafficway in the Byram's Ford Industrial Park. The marker is located within walking distance of the Big Blue battlefield and Byram's Ford.

The "Camp Jackson Affair" wayside marker is located on the campus of St. Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri.

The marker provides background information and the details of the Camp Jackson Affair along with a discussion of the implications of the incident. Capt. Nathaniel Lyon, Claiborne Fox Jackson and Frank Blair are mentioned on the marker. The marker also features a number of illustrations. 

 

The "Centralia Battle Memorial for Union Soldiers" is located on the grounds of the Centralia battlefield. The marker lists the names of Union dead and survivors of the Centralia Massacre and Battle.

The marker was erected by the Daughters of Union Veterans on 9-27-09.