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Pioneer Monument, San Francisco

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The Pioneer Monument is a granite monument supporting bronze figures and has reliefs created by Frank Happersberger and financed by the estate of James Lick. It is located on Fulton Street between Hyde and Larkin Streets in the Civic Center, of San Francisco, California. It was dedicated on November 29, 1894.
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  • We visited the Civic Center and went to see the Pioneer Monument. This is a monument to the pioneers to California and specifically San Francisco.  more »
  • This provides another opportunity to experience and learn a bit about the diverse history of The City. Right off Market Street, part of the civic center area - it's worth take a few minutes to enjoy.  more »
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  • Breed removed the Indian statue, but you must look up the biographer of James Lick., he donated much to the Bay Ares, from a Womans House to Observatory under his name.
  • There is major talk and few articles written about sf planning to remove this statue! Its a pretty big deal for the culture. Its worth stopping by and giving it a good stare down.

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