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Memorial Wall at the Marietta Confederate Cemetary, Marietta, Georgia
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The engraved names of the 1,000 known soldiers honored in the new memorial appear on two large granite walls. Their names came from an original listing in the late-1800s compiled by the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The men's names are listed according to their states. On the back of one wall is a list of individuals and organizations who contributed to the more than $100,000 raised to erect the monument. On the back of the other wall is a map of the Southern states represented in the cemetery, a battle site map and a timeline of the Marietta Confederate Cemetery, beginning with its establishment in 1863 and ending with the April 20, 1989, date the last burial of an unknown solider was conducted.
Copyright: James Womack
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Uploaded: 14/05/2012
Updated: 21/07/2014
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Tags: confederate; civil war; memorial; wall; marietta; confederate cemetary; georgia
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