Historical Marker Series

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Monmouth County Historical SiteColumbia Triumphant ParkThis granite carving of Columbia Triumphant-also known as Liberty Triumphant-was part of the original statue placed atop the monument located on nearby Court Street commemorating the June 28, 1778 Battl…
The heroic bronze figure in front of you is not, as many suppose, a likeness of Francis Scott Key. The statue represents Orpheus, the artful poet, musician, and singer of Greek Mythology. In 1914 Congress appropriated funds for a monument at Fort McHenry…
George Herman "Babe" Ruth, Baltimorean. Feb. 6, 1895 - Aug. 16, 1948.
By Sculptor Terry Jones The Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, in December of 1862, was one of the bloodier engagements of the American Civil War. On December 13th, Federal troops made repeated assaults against Confederate positions behind the stone wal…
A Bicentennial gift to the people of the United States from Citizens of the Bedford Indiana area and the Indiana Limestone Industry July 5, 1976.
[East Face]:Erectedto the MemoryofThe ReverendThomas Curtis, D.D.by his affectionateanddevoted pupils.[West Face]:He was bornMay 10, 1797 in the townof Wisbfach England.And was lost in the wreck of thesteamer North Carolina,bound from Baltimore to Norfolk,J…
US VolunteersColonel 4th Cavalry U.S. Army Born Sep. 13, 1813 Killed in Battle at Spotsylvania May 9, 1864 While in command of the 6th Corps Army of the PotomacThe Sixth Army Corps in loving admiration of its commander dedicates this statue to his memory.
Figureheadof theU.S.S.Delaware1817 Bronze ReplicaGift of theClass of 1891
"Guardian of Scotland"Scottish Wars of IndependencePresented to the people of Baltimore byWilliam Wallace SpenceNovember 30, 1893Re-dedicated on August 22, 1993by theSt. Andrew's Society of Baltimore"It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours tha…
First prizeAwarded toThe United Singersof Baltimoreat the19th Nat'l SangerfestBrooklyn N.Y. 1900.Presented to theCity of Baltimore.
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