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Casimir Pulaski - An American Revolutionary War Hero
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The name Pulaski has intriqued me for years. From Pulaski Avenue in the south Chicago suburbs, to Casimir Pulaski Day, and most recently to the civil war fort, Fort Pulaski. Being of Polish decent myself, I decided to do some research on the Polish American hero Casimir Pulaski to find out whatever I could and bring together different resources to one single page. If you don't learn something, at the very least I hope you find this interesting.
The first thing I found out, was General Pulaski's first name is not spelled Casimir, instead it is spelled Kazimierz. The birth date and birth place in Poland of Kazimierz Pulaski is questioned with different sources indicating 1745, 1747, and 1748. His death is not in question, as he died of wounds at the Battle of Savannah during the Revolutionary War on October 11th, 1779 (Ask.com has his death on October 15th). However, his remains remain a mystery. Whether he was buried at sea as some accounts say, or is entombed in Savannah, Georgia, we owe a lot to General Casimir Pulaski.
I came here, where freedom is being defended, to serve it, and to live or die for it
Fort Pulaski in Savannah, Georgia - Fort Pulaski was built prior to the Civil War near Savannah, Georgia for General Pulaski who was mortally wounded during the
Visit Fort Pulaski online at http://www.nps.gov/fopu/
A book about Casimir Pulaski titled - The Peasant Prince: and the Age of Revolution by Alex Storozynski
Casimir Pulaski Statues and Monuments - where to find statues of Casimir Pulaski
- Memorial in Washington D.C. located at Freedom Plaza
Note: The indicates the birth year of 1746, the inscription on the plaque indicates he lived 1748-1779
- Statue in Philadelphia located in the Garden of Heroes
The Garden of Heroes is on the west side of the Philadelphia Art Museum.
- The Pulaski Monument in Monterey Square, Savannah, GA
The Italian marble monument is approximately fifty-five feet tall in the middle of Monterey Square.
- Bust in Little Rock, Arkansas located in Breckling Riverfront Park
Pulaski County (Arkansas) is named after the general. The bust was one of several authorized by or formerly in the collection of Pulaski Federal Savings and Loan Association. Around 1960, because of efforts led by Judge Arch Campbell, a civic group c
- Statue in Manchester, New Hampshire located in Pulaski Park
General Pulaski riding on a horse
- Monument in Baltimore, Maryland located in Patterson Park
In 1929, the Pulaski Monument Committee commissioned architect A.C. Radziszewski and sculptor Hans Schuler to design a monument depicting Pulaski leading his final cavalry charge.
- Market in Savannah, Georgia located in the Post Office area of Monterey Square
Erected in 1954 by the Georgia Historical Commission
- Monument in Schenectady, New York
Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski Monument, Schenectady, New York
- Statue in Pennsauken, New Jersey located along the banks of the Cooper River
This bust/statue stands with two other Polish Memorials.
- Monument in Dorchester, Massachusettes located at the Polish American Citizen's Club
General Pulaski came from Poland to fight for American independence.
The Casimir Pulaski Museum
in Warka, Poland
Located in his Father's Manor House Estate. For more information visit http://www.sielanka.pl/casimir-pulaski.html
USS Casimir Pulaski - See the link for the history of the USS Casimir Pulaski under the picture
More information on Casimir Pulaski
- Casimir Pulaski from the Polish American Center
General Casimir Pulaski (1745-1779) Casimir Pulaski, son of Count Joseph Pulaski, was born in Warsaw, Poland, on March 6, 1745. At the age of fifteen, he joined his father and other members of the Polish nobility in opposing the Russian and Prussian
- Casimir Pulaski from Pulaski School in New Bedford, Massachusettes
Pulaski, the oldest son of Count Joseph Pulaski, was born in March, 1748.
- Casimir Pulaski: Biography from Answers.com
Casimir Pulaski , Soldier / Revolutionary War Figure Born: 4 March 1745 Birthplace: Warka-Winiary, Poland Died: 15 October 1779 Best Known As: Polish general of the Revolutionary War
- A Chronology of Casimir Pulaski's Life 1745-1779
1745 6 March Kazimierz is born in Warsaw at the Pulaski residence on the corner of Nowy Swiat and Warecka Streets. He is the second son (of three) born to the starosta of Warka, J? Pulaski and Marianna Zielinska his wife.
- Pulaski Days website
Pulaski Days Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Casimir Pulaski Museum Information
The manor in Winiary, in which the Museum of Casimir Pulaski is located, was built around 1689, as a residence of a wealthy magnate, Stanisław Antoni Szczuka, the Lithuanian Deputy Chancellor of the Treasury and the Royal Referendary.