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Rub the nose!!!

As told by a park ranger, the new-to-be rangers come up here to rub the nose for Good Luck before... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
toscwolfstar
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Chester, Vermont
Monument with bas-relief of Colonel Patrick O'Rorke

The 140th New York Infantry Monument is one of handful of interesting landmarks you will see at... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2016
BradJill
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Hong Kong, China
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Jun 16, 2017
“Colonel O'Rouke Nose”
Apr 15, 2017
“Rub the nose!!!”
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Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

Beautiful granite monument dedicated to the New York Infantry. Much like the statue of President Lincoln near his tomb in Springfield, Missouri, touching the nose is permitted. Colonel O'Rouke's nose is shiny from the many visitors who rubbed it for good luck.

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Reviewed 15 April 2017

As told by a park ranger, the new-to-be rangers come up here to rub the nose for Good Luck before taking their ranger test, hence why his nose is extremely well polished. Visitors also rub for luck without being disrespectful.

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Reviewed 10 August 2016

The 140th New York Infantry Monument is one of handful of interesting landmarks you will see at Little Round Top on the Union side of the Gettysburg Battlefield. This monument was dedicated by the State of NY in 1889 and pays tribute to the volunteers...More

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