Sons of Confederate Veterans
    COLORADO DIVSION

Confederate Monument, Greenwood Cemetery, Canon City

The Confederate Monument was erected by the GAR to Confederate Veteran's in 1899, and resides in the Confederate section of Greenwood Cemetery. This is the site where the Flag Pole was dedicated during the Veteran's Day Ceremony on 9 November 02.














The east side of the monument reads

1899
In Memory Of
The Confederate Dead
1861 CSA 1865

The west side of the monument reads

Though Men Deserve
They May Not Win Success
The Brave Will Honor The Brave
Vanquished None The Less
1899
In Memory Of The Confederate Dead
1861 CSA 1865




























Presentation of the 1st National Flag to Canon City Councilwoman Ann Swim for her hard work and dedication to our Cause.
THANKS ANN!



Conflict in Colorado Marker, Beulah

Below is the marker for the Confederate Encmapment at Mace's Hole, near present day Beulah.





















Roselawn Cemetery, Pueblo


































Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs







































Riverside Cemetery, Denver












































Pitkin County War Monument in Aspen, Colorado


















Monument to soldiers of both sides of the War for Southern Independence
Pitkin County Courthouse, Aspen Colorado (Jeanne McGovern / The Aspen Times)

The inscription reads:
TO THE
SOLDIERS OF 1861-1865
THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED
BY THEIR COMRADES
AND THE PATRIOTIC MEN
AND WOMEN OF ASPEN
1899