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American Third Line Monument
American Third Line Monument
Guilford Courthouse
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Description: The monument is in the shape of a large tapered column; it is made of lightly colored granite and stands 15' high with a diameter of 1'8".
Nickname: Regulars' Monument
East: 1910

Dedication date: 7/4/1910
Materials & Techniques: Granite.
Subject notes: The monument is supposed to commemorate the American Third Line; however, it is incorrectly placed. At this part of the battlefield the American Continentals were deployed. It was here that they hoped to stop the British attacks.
Landscape: The marker can be reached from Guilford Courthouse Tour Road, on the left when traveling west. It is at the top of a ridge overlooking the Stuart monument.
City: Greensboro
County: Guilford
Subjects: Revolutionary War

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