This monument stands on the grounds in front of the main entrance of the Gadsden County courthouse. It is dedicated to the soldiers from Gadsden County who died during the Civil War. It was erected early on, in 1884, by the ladies of the Memorial Association of Gadsden County. The dedication of the monument was on June 3.
During the Civil War, Quincy was an important Confederate supply depot and the western terminus of the rail line from Jacksonville.
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