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Maine Civil War Monuments


Town/County:  Fairfield/Somerset  
Location: Park, High Street  
Type:  Shaft Materials: Hallowell granite
Date Erected: 1868 Date Dedicated: July 4, 1868
Maker/Sculptor: William Hogan of Bath, designer Source of Funding: $2,760 raised from public subscription by the Soldiers Monument Association
Principal inscriptions: "One Country/1868/Erected In Memory Of The Men of Fairfield Who Fell In The War of the Rebellion 1861-1865"
References: Gardiner Home Journal, June 24, 1868; Kennebec Journal, Augusta, July 15, 1868; Lewiston Evening Journal, May 31, 1870; Waterville Mail, May 22, 1868; July 10, 1868, July 17, 1868; 200th Anniversary History Town of Fairfield, Maine 1788-1988, pp. 25-26.
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Current view


Stereo view by S.S. Vose, c.1870

Post card, 1917