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Maine Civil War Monuments


Town/County:  Lincoln/Penobscot  
Location: Military Road and Lee Street  
Type:  Soldier Materials: Granite
Date Erected: Date Dedicated: July 4, 1887
Maker/Sculptor: Hallowell Granite Works Source of Funding: $2,500 from Charles Stinchfield of Detroit, Michigan, a native of Lincoln
Principal inscriptions: Erected In Honor Of The Men Of Lincoln Who Served Their Country In The War Which Preserved The Union, Destroyed Slavery And Maintained The Constitution
References: Bangor Whig & Courier, June 28, 1887; July 6, 1887; Dana Willis Fellows, History of The Town of Lincoln, Lewiston, 1928, pp. 156-159.
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Current view


Photograph, c.1900

Post card, 1911


Post card, 1926