Arthur St. Clair Memorial

Arthur St. Clair Memorial

This tablet was erected by the General Arthur St. Clair Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1938 on the 150th anniversary of the inauguration of government in Indiana under the Northwest Ordinance. Indianapolis’ St. Clair St. is named after him; however, he never lived in Indiana.

Born in Scotland and originally a British army officer, Arthur St. Clair switched sides and served in the Revolutionary Army and afterward, as a representative of Pennsylvania, was elected President

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Medium type: Bronze; Limestone

Date created: 1938

Associated artists

 Artist Unknown
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Location

40 E St. Clair St., Indianapolis, IN, 46204