Veteran Memorials Throughout Northwest Indiana

Veteran Memorials Throughout Northwest Indiana

More About Veteran Memorials Throughout Northwest Indiana

(Various Locations throughout Northwest Indiana)
This trail is a collection of the last known resting places, monuments and architectural icons related to the brave men and women of Lake and Porter counties who sacrificed during this most pivotal era in history. Indiana contributed more than 200,000 Union troops to the Civil War effort between 1861 and 1865, and hundreds of those veterans are buried in the cemeteries of Northwest Indiana along the South Shore of Lake Michigan. The South Shore Civil War Memorial Trail serves as a guide for visitors who want to see and pay respect to the veterans' historic burial grounds and learn the stories of humanity behind the Calumet Region men in blue.
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Jasper County World War Memorial
N. McKinley Ave. & E. Angelica St.
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Jasper County Veterans Memorial
Northwest Corner Courthouse Lawn
Washington & Van Rensselaer St.
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East Chicago Veterans Memorial
4500 Block Indianapolis Blvd.
East Chicago

Griffith Veterans Memorial
Broad St. and Oak St.

Hammond Veterans Memorial
5800 Block Hohman Ave.

Memorial for all Wars
Highland St. and Calumet Ave.

Highway of Flags Veterans Memorial
Ridge Rd. and Rt. 41

Community Veterans Memorial
Corner of Calumet, Columbia and Superior Avenues
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Whiting Veterans Memorial
Oliver St. and 119th

Whiting Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Schrage Ave. and 119th

"Battle of the Bulge" War Memorial
Calumet Park Cemetary, 2305 W. 73rd Ave.

Vietnam Veteran's Memorial
Stony Run County Park
2.5 mi. north of Leroy

Lake County Korean Veteran's Memorial
U.S. 231 and 145th Avenue

World War I - Gulf War Veteran's Memorial
Located on the west lawn of the front grounds of Theodore Roosevelt High School
730 W. 25th Ave.

Civil War Veterans Grave Site
Old North Township/Tolleston Cemetary
West side of Grant St. btn 19th Place and 20th Ave.

Non-denominational Veterans Memorial
RidgeLawn-Mount Mercy Cemetary
4401 W. Ridge Rd. (US Hwy 6)

Historical Veterans Cemetary Site
Chain Lake Baptist Church Cemetary
Chain Lake Rd. btn Calvin Center Rd. and Union Rd.
Cass Co., Cassopolis, MI. (just north of Indiana State Line)

WW-II Triangle Memorial
North Main & East Goldsborough St.
Crown Point
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Hobart Patriotic Honor Rolls
Lincoln & Main St.
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Soldiers Memorial Park
250 Pine Lake Ave.
La Porte

Great Lakes Museum of Military History (Revolutionary War to present)
360 Dunes Plaza
Michigan City

Numerous Memorials to the veterans of the various wars
Washington Park on North Franklin Ave.
Michigan City

Numerous Memorials to veterans of WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietnam
Greenwood Cemetary
Michigan City

World War Memorial Tree
NE Lawn LaPorte County Courthouse, Lincolnway & Michigan Ave.

Civil War Memorial & War Memorial Pocket Park
Westside Newton Co. Courthouse Lawn, North 3rd & East Graham St.
Kentland, In 47951

Memorial Park Monument / Flags Memorial
One Mile South of I-80/I-90 on Willowcreek Rd.

"All Wars" / Flags Memorial
One-Half Mile north of I-80/I-90 on Rt 49

Porter County Veterans Memorial
NW Lawn of Porter Co. Courthouse, Lincolnway & Washington St.

Veterans and Volunteers Service Memorial at Foundation Meadows Park
3210 N. Campbell Street
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Tags: Military, NWI, Northwest Indiana, Place Of Interest

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Date: January 15, 2018

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