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[[File:Occupy Portland November 9 memorial.jpg|thumb|right|The fountain during [[Occupy Portland]] in November 2011]]
 
[[File:Occupy Portland November 9 memorial.jpg|thumb|right|The fountain during [[Occupy Portland]] in November 2011]]
  
'''''Fountain for Company H''''', also known as the '''''Second Oregon Company Volunteers Fountain''''', is an outdoor limestone fountain and memorial designed by John H. Beaver, located in the [[Plaza Blocks]] in downtown Portland. Dedicated to the men of Company H of the 2nd Oregon Volunteer Infantry Regiment killed in service in the Philippine–American War, it was installed in Lownsdale Square in 1914.
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'''''Fountain for Company H''''', also known as the '''''Second Oregon Company Volunteers Fountain''''', is an outdoor limestone fountain and memorial designed by John H. Beaver, located in the [[Plaza Blocks]] in downtown Portland. Dedicated to the men of Company H of the 2nd Oregon Volunteer Infantry Regiment killed in service in the Philippine–American War, it was installed in [[Lownsdale Square]] in 1914.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:56, 2 October 2014

The fountain during Occupy Portland in November 2011

Fountain for Company H, also known as the Second Oregon Company Volunteers Fountain, is an outdoor limestone fountain and memorial designed by John H. Beaver, located in the Plaza Blocks in downtown Portland. Dedicated to the men of Company H of the 2nd Oregon Volunteer Infantry Regiment killed in service in the Philippine–American War, it was installed in Lownsdale Square in 1914.

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