General Casimir Pulaski was born on March 6, 1745 in Warsaw, Poland. In 1777, he came to America to fight on the American side in the Revolutionary War. He died on October 11, 1779 from wounds suffered at the Battle of Savannah, Georgia.
The statue was sculpted by Mieczyslaw Partyka, and was dedicated October 4, 2002. 
There are two other monuments to General Pulaski in New Jersey: one in Paterson, and the other in Pennsauken. In addition to these, there is a sidewalk plaque in North Arlington honoring Pulaski, and the Pulaski Skyway is named for him.
1.^ Sign placed by the Combined Civic Organizations November 21, 1976
2.^ Sculptor and dedication information from bottom plaque on the monument.
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