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Celebrating Our Past: May 8, 2019
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Photo supplied by the Green County Historical Society
The sentry that stands proudly atop a granite pedestal on the northwest corner of Monroe’s courthouse Square was first dedicated in 1913 as a constant reminder of the dead from the city’s Civil War. This monument, given to the O.F. Pinney GAR Post #102, is an actual photo representation of Billy Hawkins of Clarno.