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Abraham Lincoln Statues, Monuments, and Memorials

States A-I   States K-U   States V-DC & Foreign  

Vermont, Bennington

"The American Spirit"

This group was sculptured by Clyce Du Vernet Hunt in Paris, 1928. It was cast in bronze and exhibited at the Illinois State Building, New York World's Fair, 1939. It was erected in the courtyard of Bennington Museum, Bennington, Vermont in 1949. The woman represents Faith; the nude boy, Hope; and Lincoln symbolizes Charity.

Washington, Spokane

This 12 foot bronze statue by Alonzo Victor Lewis was unveiled on Armistice Day, November 11, 1930.

Lincoln is depicted as commander of the Union forces reviewing his troops. He has a military coat over his right shoulder and a stovepipe hat in his left hand.

Wisconsin, Burlington

This eight foot bronze statue by sculptor George E. Ganiere was dedicated October 13, 1913. It depicts Lincoln with bowed shoulders at the time of his second inaugural address.

Wisconsin, Kenosha

This bronze statue was created by sculptor Charles Henry Niehous in 1909. It was a gift to commemorate the 100th anniversary year of Lincoln's birth. The staue is located in Library Park

Wisconsin, Madison

This Lincoln statue on the University of Wisconsin campus is a replica of Adolph A. Weinman's original located in Hodgenville, Ky. It was unveiled in 1909, 100 years after Lincoln's birth.

The statue was moved in 1919 to a nearby location in front of Bascom Hall.

Wisconsin, Milwaukee

This 10-1/2 foot beardless bronze statue by sculptor Gaetano Cecere was dedicated in 1934. It is located on Lincoln Memorial Bridge. (It was moved several times and now is in a different postion on the bridge)

Wisconsin, Racine

"Lincoln-Todd Monument"

This granite monument by Frederick C. Hibbard was unveiled July 4, 1943. It is the first statue of Abraham Lincoln with his wife Mary Todd Lincoln. They are depicted dressed for a formal occasion.

Wisconsin, Ripon

Lincoln Memorial

This bronze statue on the Ripon College Campus was unveiled in 1939. It was sculped and donated by Clarence Addison Shaler. Lincoln is depicted as a young man standing on the spreading roots of a tree trunk.

Wyoming, between Cheyenne and Laramie

A 13-foot bronze bust sculpted by Robert Russin rests atop a hollow base. It was completed in 1960 and installed on U.S. 30 (Lincoln Highway) at the summit of Sherman Hill, the highest point on the highway coast to coast. It was moved to the rest area when Interstate 80 opened.

Washington, D. C.

This marble statue by Lot Flannery was one of the earliest Lincoln statues. It was dedicated on April 15, 1868, the third anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's death.

The statue was taken down in 1919. It was replaced on a shorter pedestal and rededicated in 1923.

Washington, D. C.

"Emancipation Memorial"

This monument was sculpted by Thomas Ball and erected in 1876. It depicts Abraham Lincoln in his role of the "Great Emancipator" freeing a male African American slave.

This monument is located in Lincoln Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Washington, D. C.

This 19-foot statue in the interior of the Lincoln Memorial was created by Daniel Chester French. It was made of interlocked blocks of Georgia marble and was dedicated on May 30, 1922.

Washington, D. C.

A marble statue by sculptor Vinnie Ream is located inside the U.S. Capitol Rotunda. It was dedicated on January 25, 1871.


Washington, D. C.

This marble head was sculpted in 1908 by Gutzon Borglum, who is best known for his Mount Rushmore likeness of Lincoln. It was formerly located in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda. It is now in the Capitol Crypt area, one floor below the main rotunda.

Washington, D. C.

"Lincoln at Prayer"

This small 38" bronze statue sculpted by Herbert Spencer Houck is in a stairwell in the Washington National Cathedral.

The staue was cast in 1931 and was donated to the Cathedral where it was on view in 1934 for the 125th anniversary of Lincoln's birth.

England, London

This statue is a replica of the statue created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for Chicago's Lincoln Park. The London statue was dedicated in 1920.

Mexico, Ciudad Juarez, Chih.

This 13 foot bronze statue was a gift from the United States in the 1960s.

Scotland, Edinburgh

This bronze statue by George Bissell is a memorial to the Scottish-American soldiers of the American Civil War. It was unveiled in 1893.

A figure of a slave, resting on furled battle flags at the base of a red granite pedestal, holds up his right hand in gratitude to Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln holds the proclamation of emancipation in his right hand.

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