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Monument PDFs and Videos

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Sampson W. Keeble Memorial
Nashville, Tennessee

City Scope-Nashville, Tennessee-Keeble
Tennessee's First African American State Legislator

Sampson W. Keeble Clay

Across the Meadow
The Meadows School

Afternoon Breeze
Boulder City, Nevada

American Legion WWII Memorial
Brinkley, Arkansas

USCT National Monument
Nashville, Tennessee

"The American Veteran" tells the stories of service and sacrifice made by America's men and women in uniform and discusses some of the benefits they have earned.

Nashville Cemetery USCT Sculpture Video
Windows Media Player/WMV Version

Quick Time/MOV Version

State of Tennessee Historical Commission
Tennessee Civil War Sourcebook

The American Veteran
Veterans Administration
Washington, D. C.

The Lost Soldier Video

Watch as the USCT National Monument soldier literally comes to life, then permanently
stands guard over the 2,133 Civil War soldiers buried at the Nashville National Cemetery.

The video runs for approximately 6.5 minutes and can be accessed directly through the Tennessee History for Kids website homepage at or through
U-Tube at

The Lost Soldier Video was created on behalf of Tennessee History for Kids by its’ founder,
Mr. Bill Carey.

It represents the USCT National Monument literally “coming to life” in the form of Mr. Bill Radcliff, model for the sculpture; explaining to Mr. Carey, his life and hardships through the
Civil War and what his significance is to our succeeding generations and United States history.

Tennessee History for Kids is a 501c3, created to help students learn, teachers teach, and parents assist with Tennessee history, civics and geography. Its main flagship is a free web site ( but also provides brochures, posters and videos as learning tools.

Organized in 2004, Tennessee History for Kids is now being used in about 5,000 classrooms. Take a few minutes to visit their website, review their great learning tools and help support this wonderful organization and the great work they do to preserve and teach Tennessee history.





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