This memorial site is composed of multiple stones and a statue.
The monument against east wall of house bears a dedication which reads:
“This memorial is dedicated to all
Alaska Native Veterans,
Southeast who served in the
United States Armed Forces.
Let us not dwell on their passing
but remember their shining Spirits that will live on forever.
World War I, World War II, Korea
Vietnam, Gulf War era, Panama,
Granada, Bosnia, and Afghanistan
We honor all Veterans who served their country
US Army, US Marine Corps, US Navy, US Air Force, US Merchant Marine, Alaska Territorial Guard.”
The monuments on southeast lawn bear the inscriptions:
Gaayhidaa la aaygaa
The monuments on northeast lawn bear the inscriptions:
Yl gu. aa yax x'wan
'Tlingit for Courage'
Gudangaay daats gaa:
'Haida for Courage'
'Tsimshian for Courage'
The statue is of an Alaska Territorial Guard wearing an arctic combat uniform and holding an M-1 Garand rifle.
The Albert Billy Code Talker Bridge is located on US-270, near Mountain Creek, and west of Wister.
The All Nations Native American Veterans Memorial Park is dedicated to all Native American veterans, regardless of which tribe they descend from. There are multiple stone memorials in the park. There is at least one memorial stone per war, and upon the stones are inscribed the names of the veterans who fought in the particular war which the stone memorializes.
This memorial park is dedicated to all Apsaalooke Crow Agency veterans. The park contains a memorial wall, a large statue of a native warrior riding a horse, the flags of the US, Apsaalooke Crow Agency, the branches of the military, and POW-MIA.
The impetus for the creation of this memorial was the desire of Northern Maine Community College student – Brady Hawkins. For his final project, Hawkins worked with Instructor Dean Duplessis to create a veteran memorial wall for the Aroostook Band of Micmacs. Using NMCC Precision Machining Technology, Hawkins created a collection of life-sized blue anodized metal eagle feathers that each bears an engraved name of a respected Micmac veteran.
Hawkins calls the project: “Kepmite’Lmanej Sma’Knisk,” which translates to “Let us honor the soldiers.”
After completing the project, Hawkins gifted the feathers to the tribe’s new community center, which now serves as their permanent home.
The Ben Carterby Code Talker Bridge is located on US-259 -- about 5.75 miles south of Smithville.
The Ben Colbert Code Talker Bridge is located on US-70, about 600 feet west of N3770 Co. Road.
The Benjamin Hampton Code Talker Bridge (Sulphur Creek Bridge) is located on US-70 -- near E2078 Co. Road.
This veterans memorial wall is located inside of the Bishop Paiute Cultural Center. Family members have hung pictures of the veterans upon the wall, and each picture also bears a small tile with the veteran’s name and information about their military service.
The Caddo Nation Veteran’s Memorial is located outside of the Caddo Heritage Museum. There is an inscription along the top of the grey granite memorial which reads: "Caddo Veterans." Below, the names of Caddo veterans are listed and the branch of the military in which they served.