Madison County

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Town of Canton

Monument to Harvey's Scouts
Dedication September, 1894
"Just as the country’s flag was furled Death saved him the pain of Defeat," 

In memory and respect of the black servants who rode with Harveys Scouts and shared their dangers and adventure. 
"To the memory of the good and loyal servants who followed the fortunes of Harvey’s Scouts during the civil War." 

"A tribute to my Faithful Servant and Friend, Willis Howcott, a colored boy of rare Loyalty and Faithfulness, Whose Memory I Cherish with Deep Gratitude."

Photos submitted by Marion H. Carroll

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