Lincoln's Life Mask 1860, Gettysburg Museum, Pennsylvania
Proctor’s Ledge Memorial was built in 2017 to mark the 325th anniversary of the Salem Witch Trials. It is the site where 19 people were hanged as witches during the Salem Witch Trials, which began in 1692 and ended in 1693 when the use of spectral evidence was declared inadmissible in court.
According to the court transcripts, the “afflicted girls” accused Martha Carrier of killing 13 people in Andover, which she responded to by telling the judges that “It is a shameful thing that you should mind these folks that are out of their wits”. Martha Carrier was found guilty and hanged for practicing witchcraft on August 19, 1692 at this site and her body was left partially buried in the crevice below the ledge.
The victims honored at the memorial are:
Bridget Bishop, Sarah Good, Elizabeth Howe, Susannah Martin, Rebecca Nurse, Sarah Wildes, George Burroughs, Martha Carrier, John Willard, George Jacobs, Sr,, John Proctor, Alice Parker, Mary Parker, Ann Pudeator, Wilmot Redd, Margaret Scott, Samuel Wardwell, Martha Corey, Mary Easty
National Historic Site of the Sand Creek Massacre, Colorado
These four sculptures were commissioned in 1919 by George W. Littlefield to be included in the Littlefield Fountain on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. They were installed on the university's South Mall in Austin, Texas from 1933 until its removal in 2017
Statement from the University of Texas President regarding removal: https://president.utexas.edu/messages/confederate-statues-on-campus?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=UTAustinSocial
Whither thou goest I will go
Where thou lodgest I will lodge
Thy people shall be my people
And thy God my God
Appomattox Manor, Virginia
Ranger John Launius, National Historic Site of the Sand Creek Massacre, Colorado
Monument to the fallen soldiers of the Butte Camp Japanese internment camp on the Gila River Indian Community Reservation, Arizona
Los Alamos Letter, acquiring the Los Alamos Ranch School for U.S. military purposes
Ronald Reagan Library, California
The Peace Monument of Glendale is an exact replica of the original memorial dedicated to comfort women, the Statue of Peace. In 2015 a lawsuit was filed alleging that the City of Glendale unconstitutionally infringed on the the federal government's exclusive authority to conduct foreign affairs. The suit was dismissed in a district court and again in a superior court. In 2016 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal. The case has been appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, Upland, California, Lexington, Missouri.
Air Force One, Ronald Reagan Library, California
Tribute to the Rough and Romantic Riders, St. Louis, General Joseph Hooker, George Washington, Robert E. Lee, Tejano
Texas State Troopers and Monuments: Heroes of the Alamo, 1891 and Terry’s Texas Rangers, Erected 1907 by surviving comrades.
The Alamo Legend, Texas
Stonewall Jackson’s Arm
Virginia Veteran's Cemetery, Virginia
Site of the Griswold & Gunnison Pistol Factory, Griswoldville, Georgia
Chimayo, New Mexico
National Historic Site of the Sand Creek Massacre fence, Colorado