Civil War Monuments of the Hudson Valley
Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Old City Hall, Kingston, NY.
"To the Undying Reknown of the Rank and File of the One Hundred and Twentieth Infantry, New York Volunteers, one of the Three Hundred Fighting Regiments in the War for the Union. By the Colonel of the Regiment - 1896." Old Dutch Church, Kingston, NY.
"Erected by Sarah H. McCormick in memory of her husband, Edward McCormick, who died in front of Petersburg, Va. April 2, 1865, aged 38 years. May he rest in peace, Amen. Edward thou art gone before me, To the realms of the blest. There thou will have life eternal, Where the weary are at rest. For God and Country". St. Peter's Cemetery. Poughkeepsie, NY.
128th NY Volunteers monument, Clinton and Cannon St., Poughkeepsie, NY.
Monument to Rhinebeck veterans, Rhinebeck Cemetery, Rhinebeck, NY.
"Freedom Square Park dedicated to the 140 Civil War soldiers of Stanford". Erected by the Stanford Historical Society September 16, 1995. The monument bears the likeness of Cornelius Nase Campell, Surgeon of the 150th NY Volunteers and former supervisor of the Town of Stanford. Stanford Town Hall, Stanfordville, NY.
Monument to veterans, Catskill Cemetery, Catskill, NY.
"To the Memory of the Brave and Patriotic Men of this Regiment who Served Their Country Faithfully in the Third Brigade, Second Division, 19th Army Corps.1862-1865"156th NY Volunteers monument, Rt. 9W, Highland, NY
"Erected in memory of the soldiers and sailors of the town of Saugerties, With Malice Towards None and Charity for All", Saugerties, NY
Monument to Gen. John Sedgewick, Trophy Point, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY
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