Statues In Sacramento Capital of California
A statue is a free-standing sculpture in which the realistic, full-length figures of persons or animals or non-representational forms are carved in a durable material like wood, metal, or stone. Typical statues are life-sized or close to life-size; a sculpture that represents persons or animals in full figure but that is small enough to lift and carry is a statuette or figurine, while one more than twice life-size is a colossal statue. [from wikipedia]
Theodore Dehone Judah Sculpture 1930
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Theodore Dehone Judah Sculpture 1930, "That the West may Remember", Theodore Dehone Judah , Pioneer Civil Engineer, Advocate of Transcontinental Railroad, Old Town, Sacramento, California

Theodore Dehone Judah (March 4, 1826 - November 2, 1863) was an American railroad and civil engineer who was a central figure in the original promotion, establishment, and design of the First Transcontinental Railroad. He found investors for what became the Central Pacific Railroad (CPRR). As chief engineer, he performed much of the land survey work to determine the best route for the railroad over the Sierra Nevada mountains.[from wikipedia]

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