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Maine Civil War Monuments


Town/County:  Clinton/Kennebec  
Location: New Village Cemetery, Main Street  
Type:  Soldier Materials: Granite Base, Bronze Statue
Date Erected: 1910 Date Dedicated: May 18, 1912
Maker/Sculptor: Source of Funding: $1,400:  Billings Woman's Relief Corps and Town of Clinton
Principal inscriptions: For The Dead/A Tribute,/For the Living/A Memory/For Posterity/An Emblem/Of Loyalty to The Flag/Of Their Country.  Erected in 1910 by Billings Woman's Relief Corps and the Citizens of Clinton, In Memory of Its Soldiers and Sailors Who Fought on Land and Sea 1861-1865
References: Carleton E. Fisher, History of Clinton, Maine, Augusta, pp. 296-297; Lewiston Evening Journal, May 18, 1912; Waterville Sentinel, May 20, 1912
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Post card, c.1915