Memorial Picture's Of
Berrien County

By Teresa O'Riley

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Thank you Teresa for the
Beautiful Memorial photo's she has gone out of her way
to take & Donate to the Berrien Site.
To view stills of these photos see below.
We hope you all enjoy them as much as we have.
"THANK YOU" From Beverly Edwards & Deanna West

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Lake Bluff Park, Overlooking Lake Michigan in St. Joseph,
is located along the West side of Lake Boulevard along
the top of the bluff, from Park Street north to State Street.

(* for footnotes at the foot of the Photo Links)


12th Division - WW II La Salle Monument
12th Division - WW II Close Up La Salle Monument - Plaque
50th Year Anniversary Memorial Pioneer's Watch
50th Year Anniversary Memorial - Front View Pioneer's Watch - Sign
50th Year Anniversary Memorial - Globe Pioneer's Watch - Sign Close Up
50th Year Anniversary Memorial - Lower View Sand Castles Memorial *
50th Year Anniversary Memorial - Sidewalk Sand Castles Memorial - Close Up
Ben King * Sand Castles Memorial - Inscription
Ben King - Head Shot Saint Joseph Firemen Monument
Ben King - Poem Saint Joseph Firemen Monument - Close Up
Berrien County Law Enforcement Memorial Saint Joseph Firemen Monument - Plaque
Berrien County Law Enforcement Memorial - Star The Bluff Monuments
Centennial Anniversary Memorial The Great World War Memorial
Centennial Anniversary Memorial - Plaque The Great World War Memorial - Close Up
Eleven Inch Dahlgren The Great World War Memorial - Bust Shot
Eleven Inch Dahlgren - Sign The Great World War Memorial - Plaque
Korean War Memorial Vietnam Memorial
Korean War Memorial - Side View Vietnam Memorial - Base
Korean War Memorial - Sidewalk 1 World War II - 12th Division
Korean War Memorial - Sidewalk 2 World War II - 12th Division Plaque

*Footnote For Ben King:
Ben King was a well known poet and was born March 17, 1857 in St. Joseph, Michigan. He married Aseneth Belle Lantham, also of St. Joseph on November 27, 1883 in Chicago, Illinois. They had two sons. King was well published in newspapers and journals. And sometimes he went under the pseudonym of Bow Hackley when writing his articles. Kings life was all to brief as he died on tour on April 8, 1894 while in Kentucky. His remains were returned to St. Joseph for burial. He is buried in City Cemetery in St. Joseph Michigan.

*Footnote For The Sand Castles Memorial:
The Sand Castles Memorial is actually on the lower bluff which runs along the canal that leads to Lake Michigan. Given to the City of St. Joseph in memory of Frederick S. Upton, 1989.



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