This cemetery, as many Civil War Cemeteries in the South, are filled with Union Troops. It is quite a site to see how they were put into place with a perimeter, moving in towards a center. This is quite different from Stones River. While doing our Junior Ranger work, we found there were four colored troops who fought for the Union laid to rest here. More recent troops and their spouses are buried there as well.
There is still a keeper's house and other buildings on the property.
Overall, this cemetery is very moving.
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