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Gen. John F. Reynolds - Philadelphia, PA
in U.S. Civil War General Statues
One of two Civil War General/Equestrian Statues located in the North Plaza section of City Hall. This fellow died at the very beginning of the Gettysburg Battle.
posted by: Math Teacher
date approved: 8/11/2010
last visited: 9/27/2010
Gen. George Brinton McClellan
This statue honors Gen. George McClellan
posted by: Disco-Geo
date approved: 1/6/2007
last visited: 12/29/2012
Maj. General George Gordon Meade - Barnegat, NJ
Gen. Meade was also an architect and this statue is adjacent to one of his buildings- The Barnegat Lighthouse.
posted by: Metro2
location: New Jersey
date approved: 10/23/2010
last visited: 8/31/2010
General Philip Kearny - Military Park - Newark, NJ, USA
A bronze portrait of General Philip Kearny portrayed in his Civil War uniform standing before his troops.
posted by: tmob
date approved: 7/26/2013
last visited: never
Admiral David Glasgow Farragut - New York City, NY
Farragut is best remembered for his order which is usually paraphrased: "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"
location: New York
date approved: 8/22/2011
last visited: 4/26/2012
General William Tecumseh Sherman
This majestic, gilded-bronze equestrian statue depicts one of the United States’ best-known generals. Dedicated in 1903, it was master sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens’s last major work, and serves as the centerpiece of Manhattan’s Grand Army Plaza.
posted by: KoosKoos
date approved: 1/25/2009
last visited: 12/15/2013
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