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Grave Marker- Chief Quoqua - Wyandott Indian -Michigan Memorial Park Cemetery - Flat Rock, Michigan

Chief Quoqua of the Wyandotte Nation -Michigan Memorial Park Cemetery - Flat Rock, Michigan

A Golfer's Grave in Bonaventure Cemetery

Are you into ghost tours, or the paranormal, if so then you need to visit the Bonaventure Cemetery.

Houses of Spirits - This grave house in southern Kentucky's Muhlenberg County has a shed-style roof, and the tombstones are placed outside, demonstrating, perhaps, that the main concern here is protecting the grave rather than the stone. http://www.thefuneralsource.org/cemky.html

s byways, an unsuspecting motorist may happen upon a country cemetery with gabled sheds over a gravesite and its tombstone. Other states have a few remaining grave h

Civil War-era cast iron casket unearthed in Kinston, N.C. Metal coffins were popular because they kept the smell of decomposition under wraps as soldiers' bodies were often transported a great distance to return home to a family cemetery.

Civil War era cast iron casket unearthed in Kinston, North Carolina. Metal coffins were popular because they kept the smell of decomposition under wraps as soldiers' bodies were often transported a great distance to return home to a family cemetery.

Joshua Chamberlain (September 8, 1828 - February 24, 1914), American college Professor from the State of Maine who volunteered during the Civil War to join the Union Army, reaching the rank of Brigadier General.  For his gallantry at Gettysburg, he was awarded the Medal of Honor.

"In great deeds something abides." Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, college professor, Union general, and man who knew how to rock a stache.

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