OOS Sculpture

Camp Chase Memorial [REMOVED]

1902 / Creator Unknown / Columbus

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A Confederate soldier stand at the apex of a stone arch with his hands resting on the end of the barrel of a rifle, the butt of which rests on the plinth. A large stone carved with "2260 Confederate soldiers of the war 1861- 1865 buried in this enclosure" on its face rests underneath the arch. The piece was vandalized and removed in 2017 as a response to the Charlottesville riots.

Camp Chase was a cemetery founded as an olive branch between the confederate and union veterans at the time.

Location: Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery , 2900 Sullivant Ave

County

: Franklin

Citation

: “Camp Chase Memorial [REMOVED],” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture , accessed December 3, 2021, https://oos.sculpturecenter.org/index.php/items/show/1426.

Title

Camp Chase Memorial [REMOVED]

Description

A Confederate soldier stand at the apex of a stone arch with his hands resting on the end of the barrel of a rifle, the butt of which rests on the plinth. A large stone carved with "2260 Confederate soldiers of the war 1861- 1865 buried in this enclosure" on its face rests underneath the arch. The piece was vandalized and removed in 2017 as a response to the Charlottesville riots.

Camp Chase was a cemetery founded as an olive branch between the confederate and union veterans at the time.

Date

1902

Location City

Location County

Location Street

2900 Sullivant Ave

Location Type

Creation Date

1902