Westerly Granite in
Pennsylvania


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Gettysburg National Military Park

1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery E

1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery E
Gettysburg National Military Park

Contractor: A. H. Combe for the Smith Granite Company
Material: Blue Westerly granite
Cost: $500
Date Ordered: January 2, 1885
Date Shipped: January 2, 1886
Date Dedicated:
Height: 9 feet 4 inches
Base: 4 feet 6 inches x 4 feet 6 inches
Features: Peaked monument with skin work
Statue Cutter:
Carver: Henry Carnie
Letter Cutter: John Mallon, Frank Cook.
Polisher:
Stonecutter: James Brown. only one?
Location: Sedgewich Avenue
Map location: Monument 405 @ G12
About the unit:



Smith Granite Company Book 3 Order 197
Nixon, page 380

 

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