Prospect Park is home to a heroic bronze statue of Slocum on horseback in battle. After the war, he became a congressman from New York, then served as commissioner of public works for the city of Brooklyn. When he died in 1894, thousands of Brooklynites paid their respects by lining the streets to watch his funeral procession go from his home on Clinton Avenue to Lafayette Street, South Oxford, Hanson Place, and then Fourth Avenue. The piece was crafted using the lost wax method. It rests on a black marble base and is signed by artist Aldo Vitaleh.Virgin Islands, however, an additional charge may be required. New Detailed Hand Crafted Hot Cast Bronze Not Resin Satisfaction Guaranteed. This is Stock Photo, Slight Color Variation! Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.
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