Detail of the Statue of Major General John A. Logan at the center of Logan Circle in Washington, DC.  Logan was the Commander of the Army of Tennessee during the Civil War, Commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, and also served as  both a Representative and a Senator from the state of Illinois.  Formerly called Iowa Circle, it was renamed by Congress in honor of Logan, who lived there prior to his death in 1886.  The monument, designed by Franklin Simmons, was dedicated in 1901 by President William McKinley.

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Detail of the Statue of Major General John A. Logan at the center of Logan Circle in Washington, DC. Logan was the Commander of the Army of Tennessee during the Civil War, Commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, and also served as both a Representative and a Senator from the state of Illinois. Formerly called Iowa Circle, it was renamed by Congress in honor of Logan, who lived there prior to his death in 1886. The monument, designed by Franklin Simmons, was dedicated in 1901 by...
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