George Rogers Clark Monument No. 1
The Story: George Rogers Clark Park, west of Springfield, Ohio serves as the scene of the largest Revolutionary War battle west of the Appalachians. Given the British and Shawnee harassment of settlers, General Clark was sent to dispatch these forces. The hillside that holds this statue overlooks the site of the Battle of Piqua. The subsequent defeat of the British and Shawnee forces eventually led to the Northwest Territories becoming part of the United States. This statue of George Rogers Clark was created by Charles Keck in 1924 and depicts Rogers dressed as a Militia Frontiersman holding his flintlock musket and looking out over the battle site.
Sublocation: George Rogers Clark Park
City, State: Springfield, Ohio
$75.00 – $440.00
12" x 18", 20" x 30", 30" x 45"
Framed Giclee Canvas, Metal, Photo Paper
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