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  1. A list of the Union soldiers buried at Andersonville : copied from the official record in the surgeon's office at Andersonville.---
  2. A descriptive list of the burial places of the remains of Confederate soldiers, who fell in the battles of Antietam, South Mountain, Monocacy, and other points in Washington and Frederick counties, in the state of Maryland---
  3. Hollywood Cemetery, a national treasure located in Richmond, Va., is open to the public from 8am - 6pm. Much more than a cemetery, Hollywood is a living story in stone, iron and landscape. Designed in 1847 by architect John Notman, Hollywood has been a fully-operational cemetery since the 19th century. It serves as the final resting place for two American presidents, six Virginia governors, two Supreme Court justices, twenty-two Confederate generals and thousands of Confederate soldiers.---
  4. For the Sesquicentennial, Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery compiled a database of 5,000 veterans of the Civil War buried there. Each vet has a thumbnail biography.---

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  1. Extremely useful research tool---
  2. Hollywood Cemetery, a national treasure located in Richmond, Va., is open to the public from 8am - 6pm. Much more than a cemetery, Hollywood is a living story in stone, iron and landscape. Designed in 1847 by architect John Notman, Hollywood has been a fully-operational cemetery since the 19th century. It serves as the final resting place for two American presidents, six Virginia governors, two Supreme Court justices, twenty-two Confederate generals and thousands of Confederate soldiers.---
  3. Locate Civil War era national cemeteries and other burial grounds.---
  4. A descriptive list of the burial places of the remains of Confederate soldiers, who fell in the battles of Antietam, South Mountain, Monocacy, and other points in Washington and Frederick counties, in the state of Maryland---

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  1. For the Sesquicentennial, Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery compiled a database of 5,000 veterans of the Civil War buried there. Each vet has a thumbnail biography.---
  2. Extremely useful research tool---
  3. Locate Civil War era national cemeteries and other burial grounds.---
  4. Hollywood Cemetery, a national treasure located in Richmond, Va., is open to the public from 8am - 6pm. Much more than a cemetery, Hollywood is a living story in stone, iron and landscape. Designed in 1847 by architect John Notman, Hollywood has been a fully-operational cemetery since the 19th century. It serves as the final resting place for two American presidents, six Virginia governors, two Supreme Court justices, twenty-two Confederate generals and thousands of Confederate soldiers.---

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  1. Extremely useful research tool---
  2. Locate Civil War era national cemeteries and other burial grounds.---
  3. Hollywood Cemetery, a national treasure located in Richmond, Va., is open to the public from 8am - 6pm. Much more than a cemetery, Hollywood is a living story in stone, iron and landscape. Designed in 1847 by architect John Notman, Hollywood has been a fully-operational cemetery since the 19th century. It serves as the final resting place for two American presidents, six Virginia governors, two Supreme Court justices, twenty-two Confederate generals and thousands of Confederate soldiers.---
  4. For the Sesquicentennial, Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery compiled a database of 5,000 veterans of the Civil War buried there. Each vet has a thumbnail biography.---
  5. A descriptive list of the burial places of the remains of Confederate soldiers, who fell in the battles of Antietam, South Mountain, Monocacy, and other points in Washington and Frederick counties, in the state of Maryland---

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