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Wood National Cemetery
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Civil War era Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument at Wood National Cemetery in Milwaukee. The historic grounds was one of four locations chosen for Old Soldiers' Homes after the war, which became the foundation for our modern day US Department of Veterans Affairs.
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