Raleigh, North Carolina: Women of the Confederacy: a Mom-ument (Gone)

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Downtown, on the grounds of the North Carolina State Capitol. The statue is one the north side of W. Morgan St., just east of its intersection with S. Salisbury St.
June 2020: Removed.
Women of the Confederacy: a Mom-ument

Unveiled in 1914, a woman sits in a chair with a book while at her side kneels a boy about to unsheathe a sword. Yankees beware!

Roadsideamerica.com Report... [07/03/2015]

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Women of the Confederacy: a Mom-ument

This statue was removed in June 2020, along with the other Confederate statues in downtown Raleigh. It was replaced by a planter.

[Ann Marie Gunter, 08/27/2020]

The Creeping Shrub of the South.

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