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Simple bronze statue of a Union soldier with his gun at parade rest on his right shoulder. He stands atop a white marble base on which a bronze plaque reads: In Memory of the Thirty Two Thousand Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Contributed By West Virginia to the Service of the Union in the Civil War, 1861-1865. The memorial was dedicated in 1930 and was sculpted by Roy Stewart. Southwest Corner of Capitol Grounds.

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West Virginia Union Soldiers and Sailors Monument
     
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