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The statue is well placed on what is currently believed to be the hottest point of the Battle of Monongahela, but even with the two "standard" road side markers, there is minimal information about the battle and no diagrams or maps. No marked parking. If...More
Stopped by to see this statue dedicated in 1930 To a young George Washington at the time a young officer in the British Army routed by the French and Indians ambushed just across the Monongahela River where General Braddock was mortally wounded. This Statue is...More
Frank Vitor statue commemorates George Washington's role in Battle of the Monongahela, a career turning point. The 24-year-old had been a major foul-up in previous military encounters in the French and Indian war.