Memorials to Our Veterans of Wars

(11/4/2020: This page is still under contruction)

"There are no better teachers for those who come after us than the silent monuments on the battlefields..." - Major Wells Sponable, 34th New York Monument dedication at Antietam.

Honoring our veterans with memorials is an important part of every culture. They allow people to remember a deceased loved one or an important public figure. Many offer a resting place for the deceased. Survivors also get a place where they can go and pay their respects. Each are designed to convey powerful messages about the events or individuals they commemorate, and each has embedded in it a particular perspective, an interpretation, a set of values or judgments. 

We have compiled this list of memorials that can be seen in Washington County. We hope it serves to honor those who Gave All for our country. PLease click the links to see more info about each.

9/11 Memorial, City Park, Hagerstown, MD
Western Maryland Railway World War I Memorial, Hagerstown Round House, Hagerstown, MD
World War II Memorial, American Legion, Williamsport, MD
Antietam National Battlefield
, Sharpsburg, MD
Antietam National Cemetary, Sharpsburg, MD
Korean War Memorial, Hagerstown, MD
Spanish-American War Cannon Memorial, Bloom Park, Hagerstown, MD
Vietnam War Veterans Monument, City Park, Hagerstown, MD
Washington Confederate Cemetary, Rose Hill Cemetary, Hagerstown, MD
Washington Monument, South Mountain State Park, Boonsboro, MD