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Statue / monument of  Civil War Sailors in Washington DC by Sculptor Franklin Simmons  Subject:  Civil War Sailors
 Year: 1877
 Sculptor: Franklin Simmons
 Location: Capitol Hill
( Pennsylvania Ave. & 1st )

Also known as the Navy Memorial or the Peace Monument, the design was based on a sketch by Admiral David D. Porter.

The figures on top are America weeping on the shoulder of History, who has noted the death of the sailors in her book with the statement: "They died that their country might live."

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

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