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View our photo gallery to see the Trail of Honor at Lasdon Park and Arboretum in Somers, NY. Click on an image below to see a larger view.

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Gold Stars Mothers Monument in Lasdon Park Merchant Marine Monument Plaque at American Merchant Marine Memorial
War of 1812 Monument 1812 War Monument Closeup Civil War Monument
Civil War Monument Closeup Spanish American War Monument Spanish America War Monument Closeup
World War I Monument World War II Monment Korea Monument

Trail of Honor Photo Gallery

View our photo gallery to see the Trail of Honor at Lasdon Park and Arboretum in Somers, NY.
Click on an image below to see a larger view.
Educational Materials and Tours
Teachers are encouraged to make use of this facility for class trips for elementary, middle
school
and high-school history students. Educational materials will be made available on specific topics
and historic periods. Tours conducted by museum staff include living-history presentations with
the
aid of films, slide shows, memorabilia and handouts.
Tours can also be arranged to include visits to Lasdon's Trail of Honor and the Vietnam
Veterans
Memorial. The Trail of Honor comprises a series of 12 sculptures that represent every conflict
from the American Revolution through Operation Desert Storm.
The Westchester Vietnam Veterans Memorial comprises three seven-foot bronze statues that
depict a soldier carrying a wounded comrade and a nurse reaching out to assist them. An
obelisk
nearby bears inscriptions of the names of Westchester servicemen and nurses killed in Vietnam.
Visitors may read stories, view photographs, paintings, prints and military memorabilia of past
conflicts and pause to acknowledge what the men and women of the armed services have given
for their country over the years. Visiting veterans will be able to remember past deeds as they
peruse items in collections pertaining to their particular era.
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Westchester County
Veterans
Service Committee
Dedicated to the unforgotten
heroes, KIA, MIA, and veterans
who have passed before us.