This is a list of American Civil War monuments and memorials associated with the Union. Monuments and memorials are listed below alphabetically by state. States not listed have no known qualifying items for the list.
Picacho Peak State Park, Stone Monument Shaft. Erected by the Arizona Pioneers Historical Society and Southern Pacific Railroad Company on April 15, 1928. It commemorates the Union soldiers who lost their life during the Battle of Picacho Pass and list their names. The dedication was a grand ceremony with many people attending and multiple organizations including the Woman's Relief Corps, Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Grand Army of the Republic. In the 21st century a plaque dedicated to the Confederate veterans which was on a wall by the stone monument was removed and it was cemented on the bottom of the Union plaque.
Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery. A small stone with a Grand Army of the Republic medal on the front of it honors the dead Union veterans within the cemetery. The stone was erected in the 2000s by the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Camp Negley Post of Tucson and the Burnside Post of Tombstone.
Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery. A small flagstone that commemorates the 18 California Volunteers Union veterans and one colored troop buried in the cemetery. Erected by the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Department of California.
Memorial Statue; 19 foot tall granite and bronze monument of Sherman unveiled Nov. 23 1894
4 Civil War Cannon; "whether it was idle curiosity or absence of thought that caused Phil Schaller to fire one of the cannon to awaken the town on July 4, 1895, one will never know. The force of the cannon fire broke all the windows on the south side of the court house and many windows in the Main Street business district. (Sac City, Iowa, p. 19)"
According to Kansas Civil War Monuments and Memorials, there are 105 counties in Kansas most have a monument to Union soldiers of the Civil War. Many were funded by GAR posts or Sons of Union Civil War Veterans, today the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
McPherson, Kansas and McPherson County are named after Union General James McPherson. There is also a monument to him and another monument to Union Civil War soldiers fighting for him. The monument was erected in 1917.
Baxter Springs Civil War Monument erected in 1886 after Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) post collected more than 7,000 signatures from former soldiers. The monument is located in the Soldier's Lot of the Baxter Springs Cemetery, and is dedicated to the 132 soldiers who died in the Battle of Baxter Springs October 8, 1863.
Battle of Tebb's Bend Monument, near Campbellsville. It includes a historical marker from state of Michigan, commemorating the Union soldiers, mostly immigrants from the Netherlands, who were given battle orders in Dutch.
Monument to United States Colored Troops (1st and 3rd Mississippi Infantry, African Descent) at Vicksburg National Military Park. The inscription reads: "Commemorating the Service of the 1st and 3d Mississippi Infantry, African Descent and All Mississippians of African Descent Who Participated in the Vicksburg Campaign."
The Illinois Memorial at Vicksburg National Military Park. Commemorating the 36,325 Illinois soldiers who participated in the Vicksburg Campaign and has 47 steps, one for every day Vicksburg was besieged.
Kentucky memorial composed of bronze statues of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, both native Kentuckians, Vicksburg National Military Park.
The Mountaineer Monument (1912), placed as a response to the 1910 Stonewall Jackson at the Capitol in downtown Charleston which burned in 1921. Moved to the new Capitol Complex, Charleston, Kanawha County
Soldiers & Sailors Monument (1930), Capitol Complex, Charleston, Kanawha County
Huntington Union monument dedicated by Bailey Post of the G.A.R. Formerly located at the corner of Fifth Ave. and Ninth St., it was scheduled to be moved to Ritter Park in 1915, but was subsequently lost.
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