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  • Andersonville Boy - Memorializes the many Connecticut prisoners of war who suffered and died at the Andersonville, Georgia, prison/hospital. Located on the grounds of the state capitol building.
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  • Forlorn Soldier - Brownstone of a typical soldier figure that is thought to have been a reject because, through error, the wrong foot was placed forward. Located on Airport Road.
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  • Griffin A. Stedman Monument - Memorializes a highly regarded general, evokes the early scenes of enlistment and mustering in for seven regiments that Hartford sent to the war. Located in Barry Square.
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  • Petersburg Express - Cannon that was used by the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery in the campaign before Petersburg in 1864 and 1865. Located on the grounds of the state capitol building.
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  • Soldier's & Sailors Memorial Arch - Contemporary photos and information on brownstone monument that soars above Bushnell Park.
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  • Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch - Designed by reknown architect George A. Keller, it is one of the earliest monuments in Connecticut to use the term Civil War in its lettering. Located in Bushnell Park.
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  • Thomas McManus Plaque - Commemorates a man who served in the Union Army, 1862-1863, as a major in the 25th Connecticut Regiment. Located in Barry Square.
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  • Weld Monument - Significant historically because of its relationship to black troops in the Union forces during the Civil War. Located in Old North Cemetery.
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