Leearning about World War I


Rich Wallace, secretary of the Shelby County Historical Society, addresses a large crowd at the grave of the first soldier from Sidney to die in World War I during a tour at Graceland Cemetery Wednesday night. Wallace talked about how ethnicity brought division among residents in Sidney and Shelby County at the onset of the war.

Rich Wallace, secretary of the Shelby County Historical Society, addresses a large crowd at the grave of the first soldier from Sidney to die in World War I during a tour at Graceland Cemetery Wednesday night. Wallace talked about how ethnicity brought division among residents in Sidney and Shelby County at the onset of the war.


Rich Wallace, secretary of the Shelby County Historical Society, addresses a large crowd at the grave of the first soldier from Sidney to die in World War I during a tour at Graceland Cemetery Wednesday night. Wallace talked about how ethnicity brought division among residents in Sidney and Shelby County at the onset of the war.

Rich Wallace, secretary of the Shelby County Historical Society, addresses a large crowd at the grave of the first soldier from Sidney to die in World War I during a tour at Graceland Cemetery Wednesday night. Wallace talked about how ethnicity brought division among residents in Sidney and Shelby County at the onset of the war.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/06/web1_Rich-Wallace-Graceland-Cemetery-copy.jpgRich Wallace, secretary of the Shelby County Historical Society, addresses a large crowd at the grave of the first soldier from Sidney to die in World War I during a tour at Graceland Cemetery Wednesday night. Wallace talked about how ethnicity brought division among residents in Sidney and Shelby County at the onset of the war.