Department of New York

CIvil War Monuments
in Poughkeepsi
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Photograph by Michael S. Bennett

Monument to the
128th NYVI
"Old Steady"

Clinton Square

Poughkeepsie, NY

 

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Photograph by Thomas R. Meyering

 

The Soldiers'
Memorial Fountain

Eastman Park
Poughkeepsie, NY

 

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Photograph by Thomas R. Meyering

 

 

For God and Country
Civil War Monument

St. Peter's Cemetery
Salt Point Turnpike
Poughkeepsie, NY

 

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Photograph by Thomas R. Meyering

 

USS Monitor Cannon

The Monitor
Of 1862 Fame, the invention of
Capt. John Ericson,
Was the first war vessel
Carrying an armoured turret.

It was built through
The efforts of
John F. Winslow
And
John A. Griswold
And with money furnished by them.

Thie cannon made for the
Monitor was presented to the
City of Poughkeepsie
By Mary C. W. Blake
Mr. Winslow's Daughter
1926

Adriance Memorial Library
Poughkeepsie, NY

 

 

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Photograph by Derry J. Dubetsky

 

Hamilton-Sleight Post
GAR Cannon

Dedicated By
Hamilton-Sleight Post
Grand Army of the Republic
1923
To The Memory of
Their Comrades
In The Civil War
1861-1865

Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery
Route 9
Poughkeepsie, NY

 


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