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This is the finest double equestrian Civil War monument in the United States. The statues commemorate the last meeting of these two Confederate generals during the Battle of Chancellorsville. Although some may not know it, Maryland's state house only voted to stay in the Union...More
If you are visiting the Museum of Art, walk just around the corner to view the only double equestrian statue on the East Coast. Beautiful, majestic and stately. The statue renders Lee and Jackson's last meeting. When you are finished, continue walking around the corner...More
Yep, the Union troops might have prevented Maryland from seceding in 1861, the all the Confederate monuments and statues in Baltimore erected after the War face north. This magnificent monument - near the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus is awesome!