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Historic Sites

Antietam National Battlefield
Sharpsburg, Maryland

It was at this battlefield that the Civil War saw its bloodiest single day battle.

Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
Arlington, Virginia

As the residence of Robert E.

Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, Virginia

Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington County, Virginia is a military cemetery establ

Bethel Cemetery
Knoxville, Tennessee

Located on Bethel Avenue and down the road from the Mabr

Blandford Church And Cemetery
Petersburg, Virginia

This 18th-century church became a memorial to the Southern soldiers who died during the

Chattanooga National Cemetery
Chattanooga, Tennessee

On Dec. 25, 1863, Maj. Gen. George H.

Confederate Memorial Museum And Cemetery
Atoka, Oklahoma

From pre-historic bones, the Choctaw Trail of Tears and a stop on the Butterfield Stage

Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard
Tuscumbia, Alabama

Out of one hunter's devotion to his faithful coonhound was born the "Key

Hollywood Cemetery
Richmond, Virginia

Besides being the resting place to the only Confederate States President, it is also th

Idaho State Veterans Cemetery
Boise, Idaho

The facility has a Memorial Walk, public restrooms, an information kiosk and is open da

Lexington Cemetery
Lexington, Kentucky

Lexington Cemetery was the first rural cemetery in Lexington, Kentucky.

Mcgavock Confederate Cemetery
Franklin, Tennessee

The present-day cemetery is located off Lewisburg Pike just a few minutes from downtown

Oakwood Cemetery
Troy, New York

Visitors can also explore the preserved 19th-century Victorian gatehouses and gothic ch

Old Dutch Church Of Sleepy Hollow
Tarrytown, New York

Surrounded by (and often confused with) Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, the church and its bury

Old Gray Cemetery
Knoxville, Tennessee

Old Gray Cemetery, 13 acres of beauty and history, is over 150 years old.

Old Lawrenceburg City Cemetery
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee

Located on Waterloo St. in Lawrenceburg, TN.

Old Saint Paul's Cemetery
Baltimore, Maryland

This historic cemetery features the graves of some of the most notable names in early A

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
Tarrytown, New York

Founded in 1849 as the Tarrytown Cemetery, the town posthumously honored Washington Irv