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Published on Nov 11, 2006
Steve E. Nix and I tour Stonehenge at Maryhill, Washington, USA. Built by Sam Hill as a tribute to the soldiers of Klickitat County who lost their lives, Maryhill's Stonehenge is the first monument in our nation to honor the dead of World War I. The structure is a full-scale replica of England's famous neolithic Stonehenge. A Quaker pacifist, Hill was mistakenly informed that the original Stonehenge had been used as a sacrificial site, and thus constructed the replica to remind us that 'humanity is still being sacrificed to the god of war.' The location now also includes monuments to the soldiers of Klickitat County who died in World War II, Korea, and Viet Nam.