Searsport’s Civil War Monument was originally placed in the town in 1870 and later moved in 1896 to the current site at Main Street and Elm on Route 1. The short granite obelisk statue with marble plaques and standing on a heavy base bears the names of the town’s soldiers that fought and died in the Civil War. It is flanked by a pair of iron cannons and located in front of the Grand Lodge of Maine, Masonic Lodge #68. The photo of the monument, taken pre-1896 shows thirteen local Civil War Veterans. The main inscription reads: “A tribute to Our Citizens who fought in the defense of the Union 1861-65. Dedicated in 1896 and Rededicated 1990.”

Mosman Memorial Park is a few hundred yards north the Town Pier and is the site of a bronze plaque on a granite rock with a memorial to those that served in the first World War. The inscription states “Mosman Memorial Park Dedicated to the Men of Searsport who Served in the World War 1914-1918 Given by the Sons and Daughters of the Town.”