Colorado – Pueblo – Memorial honoring the four Medal of Honor recipients from Pueblo. - A 2012 ToH site.
Pueblo is called the Home of Heroes because it is the only city that has four recipients of the Medal of Honor.
In Pueblo, in front of the Pueblo Convention Center, on east side of Central Main St, between E 1st St and Richmond Ave.
38 15 59.2N 104 36 29.6W
Colorado – Pueblo – Memorial honoring veterans of Pueblo County, including Medal of Honor recipients and veterans of WWI, WWII, Korea, Viet Nam, and the War on Terror. The replica of the Statue of Liberty was one of 200 given in 1950 by the Boy Scouts to cities around the US.
In Pueblo, in front of the Pueblo County Courthouse, on W 10th St between N Main St and Court St.
38 16 34.9N 104 36 34.0W
Colorado – Pueblo – Memorial honoring veterans of all wars.
In Pueblo, in Mineral Palace Park, northeast of N Santa Fe Ave and W 15th St., by the bridge leading to the old bandstand.
38 16 55.8N 104 36 22.7W
Colorado – Pueblo – Memorial dedicated to those who served in Vietnam.
In Pueblo, in parkway north of W 26th St between northbound N Elizabeth St and southbound N Elizabeth St.
38 17 38.8N 104 36 54.6W
Colorado – Pueblo – Three memorials, one in honor of the soldiers and sailors of WWI, one dedicated to members of the WWI 89th Division Society of Pueblo, and one in memoriam of the U.S.S. Maine and veterans of the Spanish American War..
In Pueblo, in parkway north of W 28th St between northbound N Elizabeth St and southbound N Elizabeth St.
38 17 49.4N 104 36 54.2W
Bonus location: The Pueblo Aircraft Museum ( http://www.pwam.org
) at the airport east of Pueblo on US-50.
- Randy Bishop