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History is replete with persons that were born and lived before their time. James Logan was one such person. A champion of indigenous workers rights against a system that was rigged against them. Memorials like this make you go and research the honouree. Worth a...More
I saw this attraction while walking from the Esplanade back to where most tourist attractions are located. It is in front of the Superior Courts, a small beautiful memorial to a great man!
The FREE buses drive on the road where it is located. Bus...More
James Richardson Logan remains buried in the Protestant cemetery together with other Europeans like Francis Light who founded Penang as an important trading place and built the city up. In order to build trade workers were needed, these were often exploited and this statue was...More
James Richardson Logan was a lawyer who championed the rights of non-Europeans at a time when racial discrimination was rampant.He often represented the locals against corporations like the East India Company. His death was a great loss to the local community and this monument was...More
One of the interesting monuments you can see in George Town is the Logan Memorial, which is situated on Light Street just across from the Supreme Court building.
This memorial is dedicated to James Richardson Logan, who is noted for having defended the rights of...More