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National Memorial of the Pacific
The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, informally known as the Punchbowl Cemetery, serves as a resting place for veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces and their families. In 1948 Congress approved the funding to…

Backside of Monument
The monument is located in the Socorro Presbyterian Cemetery and was erected on February 24, 2012 by the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The pink granite monument weighs 5300 pounds and was mined from a Texas…

Confederate Memorial at Arlington, South Side
Located on the western edge of Arlington National Cemetery inside the Jackson Circle stands the Confederate Memorial. Reaching to a height of 32 feet above the ground, it looms large over the 482 graves of Confederate soldiers and officers that…

Photo of the Mount Hope Memorial from Howard Lipin of the San Diego Union Tribune.
The Mount Hope Cemetery Memorial represented the continuation of the Lost Cause legacy as it stretched into the Golden State. The memorial continued this legacy by honoring the soldiers who fought to preserve slavery. It resides in San Diego,…

Picture of Confederate Cemetery at Lewisburg West Virginia.
The Confederate Cemetery- (Also known as Confederate Burial Grounds) is the location of a mass burial of soldiers from the battles of Lewisburg (1862) and Droop Mountain (1863).  The more well-known and documented battle of the two was the conflict…

Confederate Monument at Santa Ana Cemetery
Description The Confederate Monument at Santa Ana Cemetery was erected in 2004 by Santa Ana Mayor Gordon Bricken and members of the Orange County Sons of Confederate Veterans. The monument was a 9-foot-tall, 7-ton granite rectangular structure…

Camp Chase Cemetery in 1909
Camp Chase is a Confederate Cemetery created on farmland outside of Columbus, Ohio. It began as a training facility preparing Ohio volunteers for the battlefronts of the Civil War. The camp extended its operations to include thousands of Confederate…

Confederate Dead Monument
The Confederate Dead memorial in the cemetery at the University of Virginia is a large stone statue of a Confederate soldier designed by Caspar Buberl in 1893 as part of the movement to replace the temporary wooden markers with more permanent ones…

Confederate Monument
On June 3, 1925, the Confederate Monument Association of Los Angeles (CMALA), together with the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC), unveiled the Confederate memorial at the Hollywood Cemetery. The function of the stone marker was to honor and…

"The Lookout" Statue
An iron gate with the words Confederate Soldiers at the top is the entrance to a once Prisoner of War Camp turned cemetery. The Federal Government during the Civil War turned Johnson's Island into a prisoner of war camp, which held thousands of…
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