(On front top of base:) CSA/LEST WE/FORGET/CONFEDERATE (On left side of base:) DEDICATED TO OUR/LIVING AND DEAD/CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS/1861-1865 (On right side of base:) ERECTED BY THE CHARLOTTE CARSON/CHAPTER OF THE/UNITED DAUGHTERS/OF THE CONFEDERACY (On back of base:) UNVEILED/APRIL 26TH 1910/TIFTON GA unsigned
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A Civil War soldier stands with proper left foot forward and proper right leg against a tree stump behind him. He holds a rifle in front of him with the rifle butt on the ground. The sculpture is mounted atop a tall shaft of grey-veined marble set on a two-tiered square base on three steps.