Casimir Pulaski and Thaddeus Kosciuszko are honored in a unique park next to the Cooper River near Camden, New Jersey in the Polish American Congress Monument.
We see Kosciuszko in the foreground and Pulaski in the background in this view. I have posted previously about these two; both are memorialized elsewhere in New Jersey and in other states. The two of them are also part of the 14 statues comprising the American Revolution Statuary in Washington, DC.
The day I was there was somewhat cold and the park sparsely attended. The two generals faced the road, their backs to the Cooper River. Pulaski died at Savannah and Kosckiuszko survived the war, although he was wounded at the Siege of Ninety-Six in South Carolina. I simply found this one of the more interesting sites memorializing Revolutionary War generals, and in particular, uniting the two Polish generals. Their paths crossed in South Jersey, with Kosciuuszko engineering the Delaware River defenses and Pulaski seeing action with British Major Patrick Ferguson, though I do not believe they ever fought side by side.