Fort Recovery Monument No. 8

The Story:      One hundred years after the defeat of the forces under General Arthur St. Clair, the city of Fort Recovery, Ohio, as well as the nation, began to formally recognize the history made on this spot. With the recovery of 1,200 soldier’s remains, President William Howard Taft signed a bill for the building of a monument in Fort Recovery. The obelisk is known as the Fort Recovery State Memorial. Today, the monument celebrates the heroic soldiers who served during the defeat of Arthur St. Clair and the victory of Anthony Wayne.

 

Sublocation:   Fort Recovery Monument

City, State:       Fort Recovery, Ohio

Date:                 4 Aug 2021

$75.00$440.00

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Fort Recovery State memorial obelisk celebrates the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in building this nation

One hundred years after the defeat of the forces under General Arthur St. Clair, the city of Fort Recovery, Ohio, as well as the nation, began to formally recognize the history made on this spot. With the recovery of 1,200 soldier’s remains, President William Howard Taft signed a bill for the building of a monument in Fort Recovery. The obelisk is known as the Fort Recovery State Memorial. Today, the monument celebrates the heroic soldiers who served during the defeat of Arthur St. Clair and the victory of Anthony Wayne.

 

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12" x 18", 20" x 30", 30" x 45"

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Framed Giclee Canvas, Metal, Photo Paper

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