Pulaski Square

© Photographed August 22, 2015
Erected 1929 by the Manitowoc Poles
Manitowoc, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin 
44° 4.918′ N, 87° 40.235′ W

1779 - 1929
PULASKI SQUARE
In memory of
BRIG. GEN. CASIMIR PULASKI
Brave and famous Pole who
fell mortally wounded during
the siege of Savannah, GA. Oct. 11, 1779
while leading a detachment of cavalry
in an attack upon the
British lines.

Dedicated by the Manitowoc
Poles in commemoration of the 150th
anniversary of Pulaski's death.
Zokazyi 150 letniej rocznicy
smierci Gen Kazimerza Pulaskiego.
Polacy W Manitowoc umiescili na tym
pomniku bronzowy napis dnia 13 Paz. 1929.

The marker is located at Pulaski Square on eastbound Columbus Street, between South 18th Street (to the west) and South 17th Street (to the east), Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220.


Wikipedia: Casimir Pulaski

Casimir Pulaski Day in the United States

A Chronology of Casimir Pulaski's Life



Kazimierz Pulaski before 1925
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 The monument is located in Pulaski Park in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.

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