Monuments Across Dixie
Our Company provides low cost options for new historical monuments.
This week our travels took us to Franklin, West Virginia. A historical marker reminds us, “At this site on May 10th, 1862, following the battle of Mcdowell, union soldiers murdered Rev. Ambrose Meadows..
How You Can Get Involved
We encourage one to donate to a local project. You can access a list at Be the Monument.
Join A Historical Group
You can get involved today by becoming a member of one of the many groups raising new monuments.
Start a monument association to work with other groups to reach a common goal in your community. For more information go to Be the Monument.
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