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Monuments & Memorials
Angle Tree Stone
The Angle Tree Stone is a nine-foot slate monument made in 1790 by a father and son team that manufactured gravestone markers.
Captain Van De Giesen Memorial
The ropes course at the North Attleborough branch of the Hockomock Area YMCA was renamed and dedicated on November 4, 2010 as the Captain Kyle R. Van De Giesen Outdoor Leadership Center.
Civil War Memorial Monument
The monument was dedicated on November 11, 1911 - some fifty years after the start of the Civil War.
Korean War Memorial
Located in Barrows Park, the memorial is comprised of three separate monuments grouped closely together.
Lt. Robert F. Toner Memorial Boulder and Plaque
On May 24, 1964 a boulder with a plaque honoring Toner was dedicated at the junction of North Avenue and Lt. Robert F. Toner Boulevard.
The Munroe Memorial Gateway was dedicated on November 26, 1931.
Operation Desert Storm Memorial
This small memorial in Barrows Park features six small circles with the insignias of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines.
Revolutionary War Memorial
Located at the corner of South Washington Street and Hoppin Hill Avenue, the monument is dedicated to those who suffered and died for the sake of liberty and freedom between 1775 and 1783.
September 11, 2001 Memorial
On the well-manicured Baptist Common stands a small obelisk about 6 feet high.
Simmons Memorial Park
This small park is located at the junction of Commonwealth Avenue and Lyons Way in Attleborough Falls.
Spanish-American War Monument
North Attleborough's monument to the Spanish-American War was dedicated on November 11, 1997.
Located in Barrows Park, this monument is dominated by a large " V ".
World War I Memorial on Baptist Common
This monument is in the form of a large stone with an elaborate plaque, featuring an eagle with outstretched wings at the top.
World War II Memorial Pool
What most residents of North Attleborough usually refer to as "the downtown pool" is located at the northwest corner of the municipal park between the Town Hall and Bank Street.
World War Memorial Cairn
This simple stone cairn, fashioned out of North Attleborough "red rock" sits in Municipal Park, near the front of the Town Hall.