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Maine Civil War Monuments


Town/County:  Lubec/Washington  
Location: Main and Pleasant Streets  
Type:  Soldier Materials: Quincy granite, Black Beaver Lake granite
Date Erected: 1904 Date Dedicated: September 19, 1904
Maker/Sculptor: Source of Funding: Public subscription through the Lubec Monument Association
Principal inscriptions: North side: 1904/Lubec/To Her Loyal Sons Who On Land And Water/1861-Imperiled Their Lives For The Union-1865 East side (base):William H. Brawn Post/No. 138 GAR East side (shaft): Gettysburg/Petersburg South side (shaft): Rappahannock Station/Fort Fisher West side (base): On Fames Eternal Camping Ground/Their Silent Tents Are Spread/And Glory Guards With Solemn Bond/The Bivouac Of The Dead West side (shaft): Maries Heights/New Orleans
References: Bangor Daily News, September 20, 1904, September 21, 1904; Bangor Daily Commercial, September 21, 1904
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Post card, 1912