Pulaski Monument

<b>Clue 3</b> <br><br>
Pulaski Monument, Eastern and Linwood avenues, 1942.<br><br>
Gen. Casimir Pulaski, "Father of the American Calvary," shares Patterson Park with Little League ball fields, the trademark Pagoda and dog walkers -- all in this rowhouse-lined neighborhood park. The memorial includes a bronze re-enactment of Pulaski's charge against the British lines at Savannah, Ga., and a 13-star American flag.<br><br>
<b>Bonus fact:</b> Pulaski is also a Baltimore indie-rock band.
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( Sun photo by Michelle Gienow / October 13, 2001 )

Clue 3

Pulaski Monument, Eastern and Linwood avenues, 1942.

Gen. Casimir Pulaski, "Father of the American Calvary," shares Patterson Park with Little League ball fields, the trademark Pagoda and dog walkers -- all in this rowhouse-lined neighborhood park. The memorial includes a bronze re-enactment of Pulaski's charge against the British lines at Savannah, Ga., and a 13-star American flag.

Bonus fact: Pulaski is also a Baltimore indie-rock band.

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