The Town Square Veterans Monument is located in the center of the Jackson Hole Town Square surrounded by Broadway, North Cache, Center and Deloney Streets in the Heart of Jackson, Wyoming. The monument honors area service personnel who have honorably served in all wars beginning with World War I through the current Desert Storm. It lists by war era local citizens who served honorably and were either born or resided in Teton County more than 25 years. Dedicated in 1976, the monument is topped by a bronze statue of the famed Wyoming Bucking Bronco State Symbol "Steamboat." The post is currently initiating efforts to rebuild the monument.
Date of Installation:
June 14, 1976
Organization Responsible for Installation:
Jackson Hole Post 43 American Legion Chartered 1920 is responsible for all aspects of the monument.
Memorial War Era(s):
The Jackson Hole Town Square is surrounded by Broadway, North Cache, Center and Deloney Streets in the Heart of Jackson.
Published on June 14, 2017