Watson Monument

<b>Clue 9</b><br><br>
Watson Monument, Mount Royal Terrace and North Avenue, 1903. <br><br>
Off Exit 6 of the Jones Falls Expressway, Lt. Col. William Watson is immortalized for commanding the Battalion of Baltimore and District of Columbia Volunteers during the Mexican-American War. At this busy intersection, the memorial honors Marylanders who died in the war from 1846 to 1848.<br><br>
<b>Bonus fact:</b> Watson earned an honorable mention in the fourth verse of "Maryland, My Maryland."
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( Sun photo by Kim Hairston / April 22, 2008 )

Clue 9

Watson Monument, Mount Royal Terrace and North Avenue, 1903.

Off Exit 6 of the Jones Falls Expressway, Lt. Col. William Watson is immortalized for commanding the Battalion of Baltimore and District of Columbia Volunteers during the Mexican-American War. At this busy intersection, the memorial honors Marylanders who died in the war from 1846 to 1848.

Bonus fact: Watson earned an honorable mention in the fourth verse of "Maryland, My Maryland."

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