THE HIKER UTICA NY MEMORIAL
THE STATUE IS CALLED THE HIKER. THERE ARE TWO STYLES AND BOTH INSTALLED IN NUMEROUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES. BOTH STATUES ARE DEDICATED TO THE U.S. SOLDIERS WHO FOUGHT IN THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR. THESE VETERANS CALLED THEMSELVES HIKERS, IN THE SAME WAY THE WORLD WAR I VETS WERE CALLED DOUGHBOYS AND WORLD WAR II VETS WERE CALLED G.I. JOES.
Address: ONEIDA STREET
State: New York
Zip Code: 13500
Memorial Type: Statues War or Military Related
Wars Commemorated: SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR
Photograph By: SCHDYSCOUT
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