The Greene Monument Outside City Hall, c1904
The Greene Monument stands as a tribute to General Nathaneal Greene, one of
the top officers of the Revolutionary War, second only to George Washington.
The obelisk was erected in Johnson Square in 1825, and the remains of Greene
and his son were reinterred beneath the monument in memoriam in 1902.

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The Greene Monument Outside City Hall, c1904

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The Greene Monument stands as a tribute to General Nathaneal Greene, one of
the top officers of the Revolutionary War, second only to George Washington.
The obelisk was erected in Johnson Square in 1825, and the remains of Greene
and his son were reinterred beneath the monument in memoriam in 1902.

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