Anderson County Confederate Monument

Anderson County Confederate Monument (HM6WK)

Location: Anderson, SC 29624 Anderson County
Country: United States of America

N 34° 30.189', W 82° 39.021'

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Inscription
[North]:
(Palmetto Tree)
(Crossed swords in scabbards with a laurel wreath - representing the cavalry.)
(Confederate Battle Flag)

"Though conquered, we adore it!
Love the cold dead hands that bore it!"

[West]:
(Furled Stainless Banner)
(Cannon wheel, cannon balls, cannon swabs - representing the artillery.)

1st Battle Manassas, Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Caines' Mill, Frazier's Farm, Chickamauga, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Chancellorsville, Malvern Hill.

2nd Battle Manassas, Boonsborough, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Petersburg, Gettysburg, Franklin, Atlanta, Appomattox.

[South]:
(Wreath)
(Unfurled stainless banner)

DC
61-65
(An anchor and a ship's wheel - representing the Navy.)

"The world shall yet decide,
in truth's clear, far-off light,
that the soldiers who wore the
gray, and died
with Lee, were in the right."

[East]:
(CSA)
(Three stacked bayonetted rifles with a laurel wreath, canteen, and cartridge pouch - representing the infantry.)

The spirit of chivalry was not dead in 1861, when the Soldiers of the Confederacy went forth to battle for the love of home and country, and for the preservation of constitutional liberty. How well they acted their parts in the gigantic drama of war which for four years convulsed the American continent and held the attention of all the world. Let the truthful and impartial historian tell! Let him record how they wrestled victory from foes who far surpassed them in numbers, in excellence of arms and equipment, and in all the provisions and munitions of war, and who supported by the material, moral, and political power of almost the entire civilized world. Let him record with what courage they met death and danger, with what fortitude they endured sickness and imprisonment, with what unflagging cheerfulness they sustained privations and suffering. And above all let him record with what sublime endurance they met defeat, and how in poverty and want, broken in health, but not in spirit, they have re-created the greatness of the south and made it again the sweetest land on earth. In grateful acknowledgement of their prowess in war, and of their achievements in peace, this monument is erected, that it may teach the generations of the future the story of the matchless, unfading, and undying honor which the Confederate Soldier won.
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Details
HM NumberHM6WK
Series This marker is part of the Markers Attached to Sculpture series
Tags
Year Placed1902
Placed ByCitizens of Anderson County
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Saturday, October 25th, 2014 at 4:07pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17S E 348490 N 3819182
Decimal Degrees34.50315000, -82.65035000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 34° 30.189', W 82° 39.021'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds34° 30' 11.34" N, 82° 39' 1.26" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)864
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 150 SC-28 Business, Anderson SC 29624, US
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