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The statue of Civil War General Alpheus Starkey Williams on Belle Isle, which dates back to 1921. The inscription (which vandals once foolishly defaced with spray-paint) reads: Major General Alpheus Starkey Williams. 1810-1878. Hero of two wars. Judge. Editor. Postmaster. Diplomat. Member of Congress. An untiring servant of the people. An honor to the City of Detroit. (cont'd below) Click the pic for a full view. Scroll down for an older pic. Click here if you have any feedback.
The snow-covered statue of General Alpheus Starkey Williams. (cont'd from above) The Michigan Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States and citizens of Detroit have erected this tribute to the valor and abilities of Alpheus S. Williams, Lieut-Colonel, First Michigan Infantry Volunteers in the War with Mexico. Brig.-General and Brevet Maj. General United States Volunteers in the Civil War. Click the pic for a LARGER view.

Sunday, June 16, 2013 Happy Father's Day!