On Monday, President Trump adjusted his 2020 order to create a National Garden of American Heroes. The garden would be filled with nearly 200 statues of Americans of positive significance. Many of the names added to the list might be familiar to residents of Pennsylvania. They include Pennsylvania native Jimmy Stewart, Jonas Salk who created the cure for polio while working at the University of Pennsylvania, and Pittsburgh Pirates legend Roberto Clemente. No location, timetable or funding source has yet been named for the Garden.