A War Memorial Is Shaped Like A Cross. Is That A Problem?

To honor the memory of 49 men from Prince George’s County, Md., killed during World War I, a 40-foot memorial cross made of concrete and pink granite has stood for nearly 100 years at an intersection in the town of Bladensburg near Washington, D.C. Though it was erected with private funds, the cross stands on public land, and since 1961 has been maintained by a state agency . . . . Read More

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By |2019-01-02T09:03:11+00:00January 2nd, 2019|Categories: Featured, News|Comments Off on A War Memorial Is Shaped Like A Cross. Is That A Problem?