Civil War Memorial (Webster, Massachusetts)

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A Civil War Memorial stands in downtown Webster, Massachusetts in front of the town hall as one part of a series of war monuments called Honor Court. This memorial was dedicated in 1907 and consists of a central tower with a bronze statue of a soldier on top. Four other bronze statues of soldiers stand at each of the four corners: an infantryman, artilleryman, cavalryman, and sailor.[1]

Each bronze soldier statue was created in 125% scale from real life.

On October 11, 1906 the contract for this memorial was awarded to J.W. White & Sons of Quincy.[2]

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  1. ^ Mounted Valor. "Webster, Massachusetts". Retrieved 23 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Patenaude, Ed. "OldeWebster History and Founding". Retrieved 23 March 2011. 

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Coordinates: 42°02′59″N 71°52′49″W / 42.04981°N 71.88021°W / 42.04981; -71.88021