Soldiers Monuments

category : Monuments
Soldiers Monuments

A bronze Civil War soldier stands facing south in the square. Its orientation
caused great controversy among the veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic
when it was first erected.

A marble soldier commemorates the dead of World War I. The statue was carved
in Italy, and a local stone mason re-carved it to bring it closer to the proper
doughboy image.

A simple triangular shaft is a memorial for the dead of World
War II, Korea and Vietnam.

Address: Downtown Square
Phone: 417-926-7944

Come visit us in Mountain Grove, Missouri

Attractions and Upcoming Events

SMSU-Mountain Grove

SMSU-Mountain Grove is a 190-acre campus; home to the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station, the Midwest Viticulture and Enology Center, and the Department of Fruit Science. Established in Mountain Grove around the turn of the century,

Mountain Grove, MO Learning Centers

Water Mill Tours

History lives on through the Old Mill Tour, where you can tour some of the nation's finest surviving pioneer water mills. To early settlers, water was the primary source of power in the form of mills to grind grain, saw lumber

Mountain Grove, MO Tours

Historic Downtown Square & Bandstand

Dedicated in 1915 by Vice President Thomas Marshall and rededicated after restoration in 1987 by George Bush, the square and bandstand, listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Mountain Grove, MO Historic Downtowns

Randel-Hinkle Municipal Golf Course

Randel-Hinkle Municipal Golf Course is an 18 hole course with a Pro shop and clubhouse. It offers all the amenities to make the game of golf much more. U.S.G.A Rules govern all play; Except where local Rules override.

Mountain Grove boasts the only 18

Mountain Grove, MO Recreation

Things to do Monuments near Mountain Grove, MO