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National Memorial of the Pacific
The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, informally known as the Punchbowl Cemetery, serves as a resting place for veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces and their families. In 1948 Congress approved the funding to…

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This Confederat monument is located in Anderson County, Anderson, South Carolina. The statue is of native Anderson County Confederate soldier William Wirt Humphreys. The statue was made to honor all Confederate soldiers from Anderson County and the…

Backside of Monument
The monument is located in the Socorro Presbyterian Cemetery and was erected on February 24, 2012 by the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The pink granite monument weighs 5300 pounds and was mined from a Texas…

Confederate Veterans Bicentennial Memorial
In 1977, Judge James F. Shotts senior erected a plaque on the wall of the Marion County Courthouse in Hamilton, Alabama. As stated on the plaque, Shotts was present at a reunion of Confederate descendants and is the oldest grandson of Loyd and Shotts…

Stand Watie Monument
In 1921, the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) unveiled a 13,000-pound granite slab marker honoring Confederate General Stand Watie. [1] Stand Watie was the only Cherokee leader in the Confederate States Army and the last Confederate officer…

Confederate Memorial at Arlington, South Side
Located on the western edge of Arlington National Cemetery inside the Jackson Circle stands the Confederate Memorial. Reaching to a height of 32 feet above the ground, it looms large over the 482 graves of Confederate soldiers and officers that…

The Corrective Plaque of Robert Selden Garnett and his Contribution to the Great Seal of California.
In the city of Monterey, California a monument to Confederate General Robert Selden Garnett found a home for more than 60 years. This controversial marker of the "Lost Cause," erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy with the support of the…

Photo of the Mount Hope Memorial from Howard Lipin of the San Diego Union Tribune.
The Mount Hope Cemetery Memorial represented the continuation of the Lost Cause legacy as it stretched into the Golden State. The memorial continued this legacy by honoring the soldiers who fought to preserve slavery. It resides in San Diego,…

John Hunt Morgan Monument
Born in 1825, John Hunt Morgan was raised in Lexington, Kentucky [1]. Morgan joined the U.S. War with Mexico alongside some of his family members as cavalry privates [2]. After joining the Confederacy, Morgan's best-known Civil War exploit was his…

Wesley Bolin Confederate Troops Memorial Statue
Located outside Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix a monument honoring Confederate troops was erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy on February 14, 1962. It stood in the Wesley Bolin Plaza just outside the Capitol itself until it was…
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