Confederate Monument in Perryville (NRIS 97000722)

Address: Perryville State Historic Site. 2.5 mi NW of Perryville, Perryville, KY. County/parish: Boyle.

1 contributing object.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places July 17, 1997.

Part of Civil War Monuments of Kentucky MPS (NRIS 64500229).

From Wikipedia:

Confederate Monument in Perryville
The Confederate Monument in Perryville is a historic monument located by the visitor center of the Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site, in the vicinity of Perryville, Kentucky, in Boyle County, Kentucky, USA. It was built in 1902, forty years after the Battle of Perryville, the bloodiest battle in Kentucky history, on October 8, 1862. In total, 532 Confederates died at the battle, but it is unknown how many of this number are buried here. A small cemetery is by the monument; local farmers had to bury the Confederate dead as the Confederate Army, although victorious in the battle, had to leave Perryville quickly, and hogs were beginning to feast on the soldiers' remains. (read more...)

Architects:

  • Peter-Burghard, Louisville, KY

Architectural styles:

  • No Style Listed