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List of equestrian statues in the United States

This is a list of equestrian statues in the United States.

Contents

ListEdit

AlabamaEdit

AlaskaEdit

ArizonaEdit

 
Lariat Cowboy', Phoenix
  • Phoenix
    • Lariat Cowboy (1926[1]) unveiled in Phoenix, April 21, 1954.[2]
  • Scottsdale
    • Come 'n Get It, by Snell Johnson, Rawhide, 1989-90.
    • Jack Knife, by Ed Mell, Main Street & Marshall Way, 1993.
  • Tucson
    • Pancho Villa, by Julian Martinez, Viente de Agosto Park, 1981.
    • Eusebio Francisco Kino, S.J., by Julian Martinez, Kino Boulevard, 1987-89.

ArkansasEdit

  • North Little Rock
    • Pioneering is Eternal, by Jack Bryant Jr., Ben E. Keith Foods, 2006.
  • Ozark
    • Bas-relief plaque of Dispatch Rider, by Joseph B. Bond, Sam Dale Monument, Dale County Lake, 1976.
  • Springdale
    • Bas-relief of Birdman, by Jack D. Woods, Tyson Foods Corporate Headquarters, 1987.

CaliforniaEdit

  • Oakland
    • Joaquin Miller - Poet of the Sierras, by Kisa Beeck, Joaquin Miller Park, 1942.
  • Sacramento
    • Pony Express Rider, by Thomas Holland, 2nd & J Streets, 1976.
    • Indian Being Attacked by a Bear, by Spero Anargyros, west pediment, California State Capitol, 1981-82. Recreation of Pietro Mezzara's 1873 statue (lost or destroyed).
    • Woman Being Attacked by a Buffalo, by Spero Anargyros, west pediment, California State Capitol, 1981-82. Recreation of Pietro Mezzara's 1873 statue (lost or destroyed).

ColoradoEdit

  • Julesburg
    • Pony Express Rider, by Brenda Jean Daniher, Fort Sedgwick Museum, 2001.

ConnecticutEdit

  • Brooklyn
    • Israel Putnam Monument, by Karl Gerhardt, South Cemetery, 1888. The statue is depicted on Brooklyn's town seal.

DelawareEdit

District of ColumbiaEdit

FloridaEdit

  • Jacksonville
    • General Andrew Jackson Reviewing the Troops, by Bob Springer, Jacksonville Landing, 1987. A copy after Clark Mills's 1853 statue in Washington, DC.
  • Miami Beach
    • End of the Trail (The Great Spirit), by Ettore Pellegatta, Pinetree & Flamingo Drives, 1923-24.
  • Pine Island Ridge
    • Major William Lauderdale, by Luis Montoya, Pine Island Road, 1988.

GeorgiaEdit

HawaiiEdit

IdahoEdit

  • Kellogg
    • St. George and the Dragon, by David Ray Dose, Hill Street, 1988.
  • Lewiston
    • Indian Summer 1974, by Don D. Joslyn, Nez Perce County Courthouse, 1974.

IllinoisEdit

IndianaEdit

IowaEdit

  • Keokuk
    • Samuel Ryan Curtis Memorial, unknown artist, Victory Park, 1898.

KansasEdit

  • Maryville
    • Pony Express Rider, by Richard Bergen, 1985

KentuckyEdit

LouisianaEdit

MaineEdit

MarylandEdit

MassachusettsEdit

MichiganEdit

George Armstrong Custer-Monroe.

Abraham Lincoln—Adrian College—in the library—same as the Northwood Lincoln,but much smaller.

MinnesotaEdit

 
Progress of the State, Minnesota State Capitol
  • Bloomington
    • Chief Thunderbird, by Robert Johnson, Thunderbird Hotel, 1980.

MississippiEdit

MissouriEdit

MontanaEdit

  • Billings
    • 7th Cavalry Guidon Trooper, by Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy, KTVQ, 1978.
  • Bozeman
    • Pioneer Nelson Story, by Jim Dolan, Lindley Park, 1984.
  • Conrad
    • The Cowboy, by Jim Dolan, Conrad High School, ca. 1983.
  • Helena
  • Thomas Francis Meagher, by Charles J. Mulligan, in front of Montana State Capitol, 1904-05.
  • Miles City
    • Horse and Rider, by Leo L. Olson, Custer County High School, 1971.
  • Wolf Point
    • Homage to the Pioneers, by Floyd Tennyson DeWitt, Main Street, 1976

NebraskaEdit

NevadaEdit

New HampshireEdit

New JerseyEdit

New MexicoEdit

New YorkEdit

North CarolinaEdit

North DakotaEdit

  • Bismarck
    • Theodore Roosevelt, by Alexander Phimister Proctor, State Historical Society of North Dakota, 1922. The full-size plaster model for Proctor's statues in Portland, Oregon and Minot, North Dakota.
  • Mandan
    • Theodore Roosevelt, by Alexander Phimister Proctor, 3rd Avenue & Main Street, 1924. A smaller version of Proctor's statue in Portland, Oregon.
  • Minot
    • Theodore Roosevelt, by Alexander Phimister Proctor, Roosevelt Park, 1922, this cast 1924. A replica of Proctor's statue in Portland, Oregon.
  • Regent
    • Theodore Roosevelt Rides Again, by Gary Greff, Enchanted Highway, Regency-Gladstone Road, 1993. A 51-foot-tall cartoon outlined in metal pipe depicting Roosevelt astride a rearing horse.

OhioEdit

OklahomaEdit

OregonEdit

PennsylvaniaEdit

Rhode IslandEdit

South CarolinaEdit

South DakotaEdit

TennesseeEdit

Nashville, Tennessee Nathan Bedford Forrest Equestrian Statue by Jack Kershaw, dedicated July 11, 1998. Located on South of Nashville beside I-65 North.

TexasEdit

  • Ballinger
    • Spirit of the Texas Cowboy (1917–19), by Pompeo Coppini, Charles H. Noyes Memorial, Courthouse Square.
  • Clifton
    • On the Banks of the Bosque (2007), by Bruce R. Greene, Heritage Plaza.

UtahEdit

VermontEdit

  • Bennington
    • Civil War Memorial (Bronze bas-relief plaque of marching soldiers), by William Gordon Huff, outside Bennington Museum, 1930.

VirginiaEdit

WashingtonEdit

West VirginiaEdit

  • Charleston
    • Henry Gassaway Davis, by Louis Saint-Lanne, Davis Park, 1926.
  • Clarksburg
  • "Stonewall" Jackson, by Charles Keck, Harrison County Courthouse, 1921, this cast 1953. A replica of Keck's statue in Charlottesville, Virginia.

WisconsinEdit

WyomingEdit

  • Casper
    • Lieutenant Caspar W. Collins, by Pershing Geiger, Casper Events Center, 1981.
  • Cody
    • John Jeremiah "Liver-Eating" Johnston, by Peter M. Fillerup, Old Trail Town, ca. 1974.
  • Jackson*
    • Cowboy, by Bud Boller, George Washington Memorial Park, 1976.

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