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William A. Damm Squareloupe
Hyde Park Ave. and lower Walk Hill St.
Forest Hills
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Auburn University World War Memorialloupe
278 W. Thach Ave.
USA 36849

This memorial, located on the campus of Auburn University near Samford Hall, consists of a small square stone topped with a bronze shield.  The metal plaque on the top of the stone reads:

"In memory of the Auburn men who gave their lives in the World War"

On the front side of the stone the following appears:

"Erected by D.A.R. Chapter 1919"

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Maryhill Stonehenge Memorialloupe
Stonehenge Memorial
USA 98620

The Maryhill Stonehenge is a replica of England's Stonehenge located in Maryhill, Washington. It was commissioned in the early 20th century by the wealthy entrepreneur Sam Hill, and dedicated on 4 July 1918 as a memorial to those who had died in World War I.

The memorial is constructed of concrete, and construction was commenced in 1918 and completed in 1929. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2021.

The Maryhill Stonehenge was the first monument in the United States to honor the dead of World War I (specifically, soldiers from Klickitat County, Washington who had died in the still on-going war). The altar stone is placed to be aligned with sunrise on the Summer Solstice. Hill, a Quaker, informed that the original Stonehenge had been used as a sacrificial site, therefore constructed the replica as a reminder that humanity is still being sacrificed to the god of war. The monument was originally located in the center of Maryhill, which later burned down leaving only the Stonehenge replica. A second formal dedication of the monument took place upon its completion on May 30, 1929. Sam Hill, who died in 1931, lived long enough to see his Stonehenge completed.

The dedication plaque on this Washington Stonehenge is inscribed:

"In memory of the soldiers of Klickitat County who gave their lives in defense of their country. This monument is erected in the hope that others inspired by the example of their valor and their heroism may share in that love of liberty and burn with that fire of patriotism which death can alone quench."

The Maryhill Stonehenge, which also includes monuments to the soldiers of Klickitat County who died in World War IIKoreaVietnam and Afghanistan is now part of the Maryhill Museum of Art.

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In 1928, as a memorial to local combat soldiers that died in World War I, the American Legion Post 49 and the Boy Scouts planted 71 coast live oak trees along the 101 freeway between Summerland and Carpinteria.

The trees were aligned in two columns on either side of the narrow cement road. The one lane ribbon of concrete through the country turned into the four lane speedway of today, and a number of the oak trees now grow in the center median between opposing lanes of traffic. About 35 of the original 71 trees still stand today.


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