The monument is located in Union Park, at the intersection of Union and Church Streets in Livermore Falls, Maine.
1914 WORLD WAR 1919
IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF
WHO ANSWER THEIR COUNTRY’S
CALL IN THE GREAT WAR
“THEIR NAMES LIVETH FOREVERMORE”
DEDICATED BY THE G. A. R.
OF LIVERMORE FALLS, MAINE 1922.
“THAT GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE,
BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE SHALL
NOT PERISH FROM THE EARTH”
(found on blue sign)
IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO SERVED
Granite monument with a bronze plaque.
DEDICATED BY THE G. A. R. MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION OF LIVERMORE FALLS, MAINE 1922.
This granite monument features a bronze plaque with quotations by Rudyard Kipling and Abraham Lincoln, and features a small relief sculpture of an eagle at the top of the plaque, sitting between soldiers rushing into battle (Army) and a ship on the ocean to represent the Navy. It is dedicated to the men of East Livermore, Maine.
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World War I Monument, Androscoggin, County, Livermore Falls, Maine: Union Park by Libby Bischof, Digital Maine, Maine Economic Improvement Fund, Digital Commons, University of Southern Maine