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Monument at Franklin Square in Savannah GA.

Chasseurs-Volontaires de Saint-Domingue Monument (Franklin Square)

Intersection of Montgomery and West Bryan Streets
Savannah, GA 31401

Chasseurs-Volontaires de Saint-Domingue Monument is a memorial honoring Haitian Volunteers who fought with Pulaski during the Siege of Savannah in 1779.

Chasseurs-Volontaires de Saint-Domingue was a group of white colonists and 800 native riflemen and slaves, from French colonial Saint-Domingue (present day Haiti), who participated in the War of American Independence in Savannah, Georgia.

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City Exchange Fire Bell Monunment in Savannah GA.

City Exchange Fire Bell Monument (near Emmet Park)

At Bay and Drayton Streets
Savannah, GA 31401
 

The City Exchange Fire Bell hung in the cupola of the City Exchange for 100 years until the building was torn down to make way for City Hall. The bell signaled the closing time for shops, served as a fire alarm, and was often used in celebrations and in tributes for fallen heroes.

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Confederate Monument in Forsyth Park in Savannah GA.

Confederate Monument (in Forsyth Park)

In South End of Forsyth Park near Park Street
Savannah, GA 31401

 

The Confederate Monument is one of the largest Confederate monuments and is located at the far end of Forsyth Park pass the fountain. This impressive monument honored local Civil War veterans as well as those who had lost their lives in the bloody conflict. The Confederate Monument was erected in Forsyth Park in 1879.

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Georgia Medical Society Mounent  in Savannah GA.

Dr. Noble Wimberly Jones Medical Monument (Near Emmet Park)

At Bay and Drayton Streets
Savannah, GA 31401

Noble Wimberly Jones, patriot, born near London, England, in 1724; died in Savannah, Georgia, 9 January, 1805. He was the son of Dr. Noble Jones, an early settler of Georgia. The son was associated with his father in the practice of medicine in Savannah from 1748 till 1756.

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Gordon Monument at Wright Square in Savannah GA.

Gordon Monument (Wright Square)

Intersection of Bull and East President Streets
Savannah, GA 31401

 

The William Washington Gordon monument was erected in 1883 to honor the founder and president of Georgia’s first railroad, the Central Railroad and Banking Company. He is also known as the grandfather of Juliette Gordon Low, Founder of the Girl Scouts of America.

 

 

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John Wesley Monument in Reynolds Square in Savannah GA.

John Wesley Monument (Reynolds Square)

Intersection of Abercorn and East St. Julian Streets
Savannah, GA 31401
 

The John Wesley Monument stands in the center of Reynolds Square near the place where Wesley’s parish house once stood. He was the founder of Methodism in 1703-1791. The a bronze statue of John Wesley depicts him as a young man wearing his Church of England vestments. According to the sculptor, "The monument is as he looks up from his Bible toward his congregation, about to speak and stretching out his right hand in love, invitation and exhortation. In contrast, the hand holding the Bible is intense and powerful-the point of contact with the Almighty."

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Nathanael Greene Monument st Johnson Square  in Savannah GA.

Nathanael Greene Monument (Johnson Square)

Intersection of Bull and East St. Julian Streets
Savannah, GA 31401
 

The Nathanael Greene monument on Johnson Square honors one of America’s top Revolutionary War officers. Brigadier General Nathanael Greene was second only to George Washington. Greene and Washington were the only two Continental generals that served throughout the entire American Revolution.

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Oglethorpe Monument at Chippewa Square in Savannah GA.

Oglethorpe Monument (Chippewa Square)

Intersection of Bull and East McDonough Streets
Savannah, GA 31401
 

The James Oglethorpe monument is a 9-foot bronze statue. It was dedicated in 1910 to pay tribute to the founder of the Georgia Colony. The statue of Oglethorpe presides over Chippewa Square and faces the south so that he can keep a watchful eye on the Spanish threat from Florida.

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Old Harbo Light in Emmett Park in Savannah GA.

Old Harbor Light (In Emmet Park)

At Bay and Drayton Streets
Savannah, GA 31401
 

The Old Harbor Light was erected by the United States Lighthouse Board to guide ships into the Savannah Harbor and avoid the hulls of sunken ships in the channel. The British had sunk these ships in 1779 to prevent the French and American ships from entering Savannah during the Revolutionary War.

In October 1855, J.F. Gilmer, Captain of Engineers, sent the following to the Lighthouse Board recommending the erection of "a harbor beacon on 'the bay,' city of Savannah, as an aid to vessels approaching the city at night."

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Pulaski Monument in Monterey in Savannah GA.

Pulaski Monument (Monterey Square)

Intersection of Bull and East Wayne Streets
Savannah, GA 31401
 

The Casimir Pulaski Monument is a tall statue of a wounded soldier which pays tribute to General Casimir Pulaski, a young Polish nobleman who fell as a hero during the American Revolution. The cornerstone of the Casimir Pulaski Monument was placed during ceremonies on the afternoon of Oct. 11, 1853.

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Sergeant William Jaspe -Monument Madison Square in Savannah GA.

Sergeant Jasper Monument (Madison Square)

Intersection of Bull and East Macon Streets
Savannah, GA 31401
 

William Jasper was a noted American soldier in the Revolutionary War. He was a sergeant in the 2nd South Carolina Regiment. In 1779, Sergeant Jasper participated in the Siege of Savannah, led by General Lincoln, which failed to recapture Savannah, Georgia, from the British. He was mortally wounded during an assault on the British forces there.

Sergeant William Jasper Monument was unveiled in 1888 and moralizes the Georgia Revolutionary War hero killed at the Siege of Savannah in October 1779 while attempting to rescue the colors of his regiment.

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Waving-Girl Statue on Riverfront in Savannah GA.

Waving Girl Statue (Riverfront)

East end of River Street
Savannah, GA 31401
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The Waving Girl Statue by renowned sculptor Felix De Weldon, the sculptor of the United States Marine Corps Memorial in Arlington, depicts Florence with her loyal collie.

Florence was a young girl and she was lonely on the island. At first she would run out to wave at her friends passing and was so tickled when they blew their whistle back at her.

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