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Maine Civil War Monuments

Bath

Town/County:  Bath/Sagadahoc  
Location:  High Street  
Type:  Shaft   Materials:  Marble, Granite
Date Erected: 1867-69 Date Dedicated:
Maker/Sculptor:   C. J. Noyes, designer; William Hogan, maker Source of Funding:  $4,975 from City of Bath
Principal inscriptions:   Honor The Brave/Erected by the City of Bath/A. D. 1867/And Dedicated To/The Memory Of Her Sons/Who Died/That The Nation Might Live/"The World Will Little Note What/We Say, But It/Can Never Forget What They Did"/Lincoln, Gettysburg
References:   Parker McCobb Reed, History of Bath and Environs, Portland, 1894; Henry Wilson Owen, The Plummer History of Bath, Maine, Bath, 1936                                                                      
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Current view

 

Stereo view, c.1870

Post card, c.1910