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Confederate Women's Monument

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Confederate Women's Monument
The monument in 2008
ArtistJ. Maxwell Miller
Year1917 (1917)
MediumBronze sculpture
LocationBaltimore, Maryland, U.S.
OwnerCity of Baltimore
The monument's base on August 16, 2017
The monument's base on August 16, 2017

The Confederate Women's Monument was an outdoor memorial by J. Maxwell Miller,[1] installed in Baltimore, in the U.S. state of Maryland in 1917.[2] The statue was removed in August 2017.[3][4]

See also


  1. ^ Rusk, William Sener, Art in Baltimore: Monuments and Memorials, The Norman Remington Company, Baltimore, 1924 p.131
  2. ^ Kelly, Cindy, Outdoor Sculpture in Baltimore: A Historical Guide to Public Art in the Monumental City, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2011 p. 223
  3. ^ Grierson, Jamie (16 August 2017). "Baltimore takes down Confederate statues in middle of night" – via The Guardian.
  4. ^ Miller, Hayley (16 August 2017). "Baltimore Quietly Removed All 4 Of Its Confederate Statues Overnight" – via Huff Post.

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