Tyrrell County Confederate monument in Columbia, NC. This is one of the prettiest monuments I've been able to see because it has multiple inscriptions all around it. One inscription, which is on the reverse side and would probably face a good bit of criticism if it were more widely known, is notable in that it says, "In Appreciation Of Our Faithful Slaves."
The Confederate War Memorial in Dallas, Texas, is a monument commemorating those who fought on the Confederate side of the American Civil War, including four of its greatest leaders and to the cavalry, infantry, and naval forces. Surrounding the base are statues of General Robert E. Lee, General Stonewall Jackson, General Albert Johnston, and President Jefferson Davis.
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One of the most moving and thought provoking monuments at Gettysburg National Military Park, the Friend to Friend monument depicts Confederate Brigadier General Lewis A. Armistead handing his watch to Captain Bingham, a Union Solder, to which he was to give his Union friend Winfield Hancock...Armistead was said to have asked that God strike him dead if he ever brought harm to his friend.
Charlottesville - This is the Confederate soldier on the top of the monument to the Confederate dead in the Confederate Cemetery on the University of Virginia campus
uva confederate cemetery | ... Confederate dead in the Confederate Cemetery on the University of Virginia. My great grandfather Richard Richardson Sanders is buried here. ~KB