Relocation of Confederate Monuments

Amanda Matthews & Brad Connell worked with multiple rigging companies, engineers, & teams to complete the removal and relocation of confederate monuments from vital areas in multiple states.

 John Hunt Morgan and John C. Breckenridge Monuments
Lexington, KY (Below)

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Lexington, Kentucky Monuments were removed shortly after the violent Charlottesville, VA protests in 2017 under the direction of Lexington Mayor, Jim Gray. They were later installed at the Lexington Cemetery where John C. Breckinridge and John Hunt Morgan are both buried. 
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   "Our Confederate Dead" Monument,
Winston Salem, North Carolina (Below)

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Sculptors/Conservators, Amanda Matthews and Brad Connell inspect the confederate monument prior to removal.

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Confederacy President, Jefferson Davis' Statue removed 
      from the Kentucky State Capitol Building by direction of Governor Andy Beshear (Below)

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Sculptor/Conservator, Brad Connell, next to Davis Statue (left) and with State of Kentucky Curator, Carol Mitchell (right)
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