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Statue / monument of Jean de Rochambeau in Washington DC by Sculptor J. J. Fernand Hamar  Subject: Jean de Rochambeau
 Year: 1902
 Sculptor: J. J. Fernand Hamar
 Location: Lafayette Park
( Pennsylvania Ave. & 16th )

General Rochambeau (1725-1807) was another member of the French nobility who supported the efforts of the colonists to fight for independence from England. In 1780, he lead the French Expeditionary Force of over 5,000 men sent to support the colonists' fight. He and his men fought beside General Washington in the campaign at Yorktown and Rochambeau was a witness to the surrender of Cornwallis.

The statue was dedicated by Theodore Roosevelt and unveiled by Rochambeau's descendant, the Comtesse de Rochambeau. Members of the Rochambeau and Lafayette families were present at the dedication.

Photos and text copyright © 2001 Jean K. Rosales and Michael R. Jobe, All Rights Reserved

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