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Maine Civil War Monuments

Rockland (4th Maine)

Town/County:  Rockland/Knox Name:   4th Maine Regiment Monument
Location: Talbot Avenue  
Type:  Plaque on stone Materials: Granite, bronze
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Principal inscriptions: Camp Knox Memorial/Opposite The Camp Ground of 4th Maine/Regt May 17 to June 17 1861 Col. After-/Ward Maj Gen H.G. Berry Commanding/The Regt was in the Battles of/Bull Run/ Yorktown/ Williamsburg/ Fair Oaks/ Seven Pines/ Fortification of Richmond/ Peach Orchard/ White Oak Swamp/ Glen Dale/ Malvern Hill/ 2nd Bull Run/ Chantilly/ Monocacy/ Fredericksburg/ Chancellorsville/ Gettysburg/ Wapping Heights/ Brandy Station/ Kelly's Ford/ Grange Grove/ Mine Run/ Rappanoch Station/ Auburn Mills/ Rapiden/ Todd's Tavern/ Wilderness/ Poor River/ North Anna/ Spottsylvania/ Cold Harbor Col Elijah Walker In Command From/Mar 25, 1862 to July 19, 1864 When Regt/Was Mustered Out. Cos B C D and H/Raised In Rockland
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