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Madison Square

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Laid out in 1839 and named for President James Madison, this square is home to a statue depicting Sergeant William Jasper hoisting a flag, a tribute to his bravery during the Siege of Savannah. Though mortally wounded, Jasper rescued the colors of his regiment in the assault on the British lines. A granite marker denotes the southern line of the British defense during the 1779 battle. The Green-Meldrim House is here.

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  • Address: Bull St. between W. Harris and W. Charlton Sts., Historic District, Savannah, GA 31401
  • Location: Historic District
Updated: 06-07-2013

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