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Maine Civil War Monuments

Mechanic Falls

Town/County:  Mechanic Falls/Androscoggin  
Location: Elm Street  
Type:  Soldier Materials: White Metal
Date Erected: 1887 Date Dedicated: May 30, 1887
Maker/Sculptor: Source of Funding: A.A. Dwinal Post No. 3, G.A.R. and Women's Relief Corps No. 32
Principal inscriptions: Dedicated/May 30, A. D. 1887/To The Memory of/Those Comrades Who Died/During the War of/1861-1865/By/A. A. Dwinal Post No. 3/and/Women's Relief Corps/No. 32, GAR/Mechanic Falls, Maine/Gettysburg/Antietam/Wilderness/Winchester/No More The Bugle Calls The Weary Ones;/Rest Noble Spirit, In Grave Unknown,/We Will Find You, We Will Know You/Among The Good and True,/When The Robe of White Is Given/For The Faded Coat of Blue.
References: Lewiston Evening Journal, May 31, 1887; H. A. & G. W. Poole, History of Poland, 1890, p. 140
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Photograph, 1893


Post card, c.1910