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High Point, N.C. Confederate Monument

Confederate Soldiers Monument
High Point
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Description: Located in Oakwood Cemetery in High Point, NC. The monument is an obelisk on a concrete or stone base. The base is now painted with the Confederate battle flag (the monument being at the center).

Dedication date: July 4, 1899

Unveiling & Dedication: Julian S Carr and F. C. Robbins of Lexington gave speeches.

City: High Point

County: Guilford

Subjects: Civil War

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