Administered by United States Department of the Interior National Park Service Washington District of Columbia
Administered by Shiloh National Military Park P. O. Box 67 Shiloh Tennessee 38376
Located Shiloh National Military Park Confederate Road Shiloh Tennessee
Installed 1917. Dedicated May 17, 1917
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Tennessee survey, 1992.
Index of American Sculpture, University of Delaware, 1985.
National Park Service, American Monuments and Outdoor Sculpture Database, TN7146, 1989.
Image on file.
(Lower left of all three sets of figures:) Frederick C. Hibbard, Sc./1917/Florentine Brotherhood Foundry/Chicago, Ill. signed Founder's mark appears.
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On a granite and marble base, three groupings of figures. In the central grouping, a female figure representing Victory surrounded by 2 shrouded male figures - Death and Night. On either side of the central grouping are carved reliefs with heads of soldiers. On each of the farthest ends, are two male soldiers, dressed in uniform, representing the artillery and infantry on the proper left, and the cavalry and officers on the proper right.