Andrew Wallace Barnes, The Truth about the Cannon of 1903: Barnes Reveals Details of Mystery, Monmouth College Bulletin, Monmouth College Archives C-5 Box 3:Civil War, http://library.monmouthcollege.edu/content.php?pid=316809&sid=3422984
The orange and blue paths on the map indicate the two routes that were taken by the nine males from the class of 1904 when transporting the Cannon to Cedar Creek.
Cedar Creek - Bridge
The cannon was dumped over the bridge into Cedar Creek.
Location of the Missing Cannon
The two locations of the "Hidden Cannon" in Cedar Creek. The Cannon was first hidden in Cedar Creek where the foreground "x" is in the picture, and the second "x" represents the second location of the cannon when it was moved into deeper water.
Cedar Creek - Cannons Burial
Picture of Cedar Creek from the approximate position of the cannon's burial.
Gun Carriage Remains
The wooden portion of the gun carriage was burned; however, there still remains the metal sections that was abandoned.