The monument stands approximately 15 feet in height and consists of a sculpture of a Confederate soldier at rest atop a granite shaft. The monument also includes inscriptions, a depiction of a Confederate flag, and a cameo of General Pender. Three ascending steps form the base of the statue.
In contrast to the more typical Confederate monument in North Carolina depicting the Confederate Common Soldier, this monument presents the simplicity of a large polished sphere of red granite weighing 2,397 pounds. This simple, graceful orb is mounted on a bronze setting of scrolled acanthus leaves. The entire structure rests on a three-tier granite base.
This statue is located at the Pasquotank County Courthouse. Both the statue and pedestal are made of granite. On the south side base, the year 1861 is inscribed along with a Confederate battle flag and the year 1865. A uniformed Confederate soldier wears a knife hanging from his belt on the left side and stands […]
The monument has a low two tiered granite base with rusticated edges topped by an obelisk resting on a finished granite plinth. In high relief on the plinths front face is a furled Confederate battle flag and the years 1861 and 1865. Below the flag is the words OUR SOLDIERS. Crossed sabers still in their […]
The monument is composed of a marble statue of a Confederate Common Soldier placed atop a tall granite shaft. The soldier stands at parade rest with a steadfast and fixed gaze, holding the barrel of his rifle. The base of the shaft is inscribed on all four sides and presents bas-relief carvings of a cannon […]
The granite monument consists of a base with an obelisk on top standing 35 ft. tall in total. The north and south sides of the base have inscriptions, one being from the poem “Bivouac Of The Dead” and the other listing the regiments from Caldwell County. The east and west sides of the base each […]
The memorial is a classical granite table-type monument with four rectangular pillars sitting on a granite and inlaid marble base. A marble water fountain is set on a marble-tile floor in the center of the monument.
The solemn nine-foot tall soldier, standing on guard, faces north. Under his feet is a smooth faced granite plinth. In relief on the plinth’s north face is a furled flag and a pair of crossed swords. The east face features a pair of crossed cannons and the west face a pair of crossed muskets. The […]
Rising nearly twenty-five feet, this monument depicts a marble sculpture of the Confederate Common Soldier, mounted atop a tall tapered column. The uniformed soldier stands at parade rest, holding the barrel of his rifle with both hands. The tall shaft is composed of three tiers of granite resting atop a wide base of three steps. […]
This 13-foot-tall monument is composed of a tiered base with a life-sized Confederate soldier standing on top holding a Springfield rifle. The base is surrounded by four cannon balls. The monument is dedicated to the memory of Confederate soldiers from Hertford County.
Full-length figure of a uniformed Confederate soldier stands atop a 25’10” pedestal with a 9’6″ square granite base. The figure’s proper left foot is propped on what appears to be a knapsack. He holds his rifle with bayonet attached in front of him, the butt at his proper right foot. Other uniform items include a […]
The monument depicts in stone a Confederate Common Soldier at parade rest, both hands resting on the barrel of his rifle. The sculpture rests atop a tall column on a tiered base, with the entire structure rising to approximately thirty-five feet. The front of the monument bears a bas-relief of the Confederate flag, waving from […]
The monument has a single column mounted on a square base with the entire structure standing approximately thirty feet high. At the top of the column is a stalwart Confederate soldier at parade rest looking north. He steps forward with his left foot while resting the butt of his rifle near his feet. The column […]
This 40-foot granite monument was the culmination of efforts by the Monroe Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy to memorialize Confederate soldiers from Union County. Atop the three-tier granite foundation rests the base of the obelisk. The tall shaft is topped with a polished sphere. All four sides of the base are inscribed. The […]