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  Palmetto Monument
by b1bob

The Palmetto Monument on State House grounds, erected in 1858. Honouring the Palmetto regiment for their service in the Mexican war. First, in front of the State House destroyed by the Federales in 1865. Some of the lower and larger branches were destroyed by fire.

Address: On the Capitol grounds

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  • Updated Nov 3, 2006
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