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Maine Civil War Monuments


Town/County:  Gardiner/Kennebec  
Location: Gardiner Common, Brunswick Avenue  
Type:  Shaft Materials: Hallowell granite
Date Erected: 1876 Date Dedicated: May 30, 1876
Maker/Sculptor: C. H. Clary of the Hallowell Granite Company Source of Funding: $3,099.50 from the City of Gardiner and the Ladies' Sanitary Society
Principal inscriptions: "In Memory Of The Men of Gardiner Who Died In The War of 1861 That Their Country Might Live.  Erected By The City, A. D. 1875"
References: Gardiner Home Journal, December 8, 1875; May 31, 1876; Kennebec Journal, Augusta, June 1, 1876
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Current view


Stereo view by A.R. Simmons, c.1877

Post card, c.1905