Designed by architect Edward P. Casey and sculpted by John J. Boyle, this memorial is an eight foot, bronze statue of Commodore John Barry standing on a high marble pedestal. Commodore Barry was an Irish immigrant to America who joined the American…

The memorial erected in 1900 to the famous orator and statesman Daniel Webster (1782-1852) is located on the west side of Scott Circle at Bataan Street. The standing bronze statue is raised on a tall granite pedestal with bronze relief panels…

This bronze equestrian statue of George Washington was commissioned by Congress from Clark Mills after his successful completion of the equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson located on Lafayette Square. It depicts Washington in the uniform of Commander…

Though the eminent nineteenth-century American architect Robert Mills conceived the initial design, the structure also reflects the technical knowledge and aesthetic judgment of Thomas Lincoln Casey, the Arm Corps engineer charged with completing the…

This 16 foot high bronze equestrian statue of General George H. Thomas, sculpted by John Quincy Adams Ward, was a gift of the Army of the Cumberland Society. Thomas gained fame during the Civil War as the "Rock of Chickamauga." The statue depicts…

Albert Jaegers’ bronze sculpture honored Prussian-born Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, who assisted in training American troops during the Revolution. President William Howard Taft spoke at the dedication and his daughter, Helen Taft, unveiled…

Designed by architects Carl and Sara Rohl-Smith, this memorial to Sherman is a fourteen foot bronze equestrian statue on a granite pedestal mounted on a square platform. At the corners there are bronze soldiers representing four branches of the Army;…

The 1898 Spanish-American War had strained relations between France and the United States, and France wished to erase any perception arising from the war that it held anti-American sentiments. Drawing on the historic ties between the two nations, the…

The standing figure of Major General John A. Rawlins honors the longtime friend, trusted adviser, and aide-de-camp of General Grant. Rawlins died of tuberculosis in 1869 while serving as Grant’s Secretary of War. Prodded by the President,…

This equestrian monument to Brigadier General Count Casimir Pulaski was erected by Congress to honor the famed Polish marshall general who came to fight and gave his life for American Independence. The nine foot bronze statue portrays Pulaski in the…