Image scanned from black and white negative labeled "Benedict Arnold Tablet (Gardner Area)." A metal plaque, affixed to a large stone, reads, "This tablet marks the place where Colonel Benedict Arnold with his soldiers left the Kennebec River October, 1775 and marched from the west shore in a north-western direction to Dead River on their way to Quebec. Places by the Kennebec Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution 1915." An American flag flies next to this monument. There is a rudimentary stone wall in the background, as well as long grasses, small flowers, and a deep wood.
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Gardner (Me.), Kennebec County (Me.), Monuments, Benedict Arnold, Flags United States, Trees, Grasses, Flowers