- Town:NY Carmel
Year of creation:1961
- Rider(s):Ludington, Sybil
(1761 – 1839), daughter of Colonel Henry Ludington, has been celebrated as a heroine of the American Revolutionary War who, mounted on her horse, Star, became famous after 1900 for her night ride on April 26, 1777, to alert militia forces to the approach of the British regular forces. The ride was similar to those performed by Jack Jouett, William Dawes and Paul Revere, although she rode more than twice the distance of Revere and was only 16 years old at the time.
- Sculptor(s):Hyatt Huntington, Anna Vaughn
(1876–1973) was an exceptional and highly productive American sculptress. She was an animalier of outstanding achievement. Working over a period of 70 years in a traditional, academic style, she is recognized as one of world’s finest animal sculptors. Replicas of her statues and sculptures can be found all around the world.
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