Roger Conant Statue
The Roger Conant Statue is located on Washington Square in Salem, Massachusetts.
Antique postcard, postmarked July 20, 1958.
Roger Conant was the first settler to live in Salem. He led a group of people to the town in 1626, and served as their governor. In 1628 he was replaced with a new governor, John Endicott. Roger Conant lived in Salem until his death in 1679.
The statue was designed by Henry H. Kitson, and was dedicated on June 17, 1913.