ADDITIONAL STATUES, MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS
(NOT INCLUDED IN THE NEW VIEWS ART AND TOURISM PROJECT)
Our quest for Burlington County statues, monuments and memorials yieldied far more objects than we anticipated. For various reasons we have eliminated a number of them from the New Views VI project. For instance, the Carranza Memorial was included in last year's New Views V project. Also, some, such as the Indian Ann marker and Alice Paul tombstone are relatively plain and don't lend themselves to the art aspect of the project. We desperately wanted to include the "Ultimate Weapon" Sculputre at Fort Dix and the Thomas B. McGuire statue at McGuiire AFB, but there were access problems due to tightened security at these locations. However, for the sake of completeness, we are showing them all here to give you an idea of the vast number of historic landmarks there are throughout the county. If we've missed any unique and significant monuments, please don't hesitate to contact us. We have purposely excluded most of the local Veterans' Memorials. However, if any have a unique architectural design, such as the Palmyra Memorial, we will consider them. The Burlington and Riverside Veteran's Memorials have been included in the New Views VI project. While we included the Women's Military monument from the Arneytown Military Cemetery, there are several other very special monuments in the garden honoring the various branches of the military and different historic periods.
24. Carranza Memorial 25. Ultimate Weapon 26. Thomas B. McGuire 27 Burlington Firefighters
28. Dr. James Still 29. Chief Ockanicken 30. Indian Ann 31. Alice Paul
32. Timbuctoo Memorial 33. Palmyra Veterans 34. H.B. Smith Tomb
35. Moorestown 36. Maple Shade 37. Vincentown