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Hanover Square

Brunswick GA

CSA Memorial Confederate States of America 1861-1865 Lord God of hosts be with us yet Lest we forget Lest we forget

Erected April 26, 1902 A tribute of love from the Ladies Memorial Association of Brunswick Georgia to the heroes of the Confederacy

In honor of the Confederate soldiers who died to repel unconstitutional invasion to protect the rights reserved to the people to perpetuate for ever the sovereignty of the states

? the sacred ? of warriors tried and true who bore the flag of our nations trust and fell in the cause, though

died for you and me


1771. The original site of the municipality of Brunswick when city was first founded in 1771. Confederate soldiers and city leaders destroyed most everything during Civil War, as they evacuated the city. The city slowly rebuilt after the Civil War. A confederate memorial is located within the square.

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