OOS Sculpture

Fallen Timbers Memorial

1935 / Creator Unknown / Monclova

Fallen Timbers US Soldiers Memorial.JPG

This item, while not technically a sculpture, is a memorial that is a part of the Fallen Timbers Memorial set (see the Relation field: "Fallen Timbers Memorial"). Since it was created and installed at a separate time, it is listed here separately. This memorial honors the lives of the U.S. soldiers who died during the Battle of Fallen Timbers.

Location: Fallen Timbers Fallen Timbers Battlefield Memorial Park, State Route 24, Near Jerome Road

County

: Lucas

Tags

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Citation

: “Fallen Timbers Memorial,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture , accessed October 24, 2021, https://oos.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/2093.

Title

Fallen Timbers Memorial

Description

This item, while not technically a sculpture, is a memorial that is a part of the Fallen Timbers Memorial set (see the Relation field: "Fallen Timbers Memorial"). Since it was created and installed at a separate time, it is listed here separately. This memorial honors the lives of the U.S. soldiers who died during the Battle of Fallen Timbers.

Date

1935

Subject

Publisher

Ohio Outdoor Sculpture

Type

Identifier

2093

Location City

Location County

Location Notes

Near the Fallen Timbers Monument. The park is managed by Metroparks Toledo.

Provider Qualifier

Erected by

Provider Entity

The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society

Location Street

State Route 24, Near Jerome Road

Location Type

Materials

Inscription

The front plaque lists the names of the soldiers who died in the conflict.
The top part reads,
"In Memoriam"/
"On the battlefield of Fallen Timbers, in unmarked graves, rest the brave soldiers of General Anthony Wayne's Legion of the United States and the Kentucky Volunteers, who were killed on August 20, 1794, in the victorious conflict with the Indians and their British Allies."/
"Killed in Action--33"
Carved on the rear of the stone is,
"Erected by The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society"