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Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery
San Diego

Fort Rosecrans National Cemetary sits on top of 77.5 acres of scenic Point Loma over looking the  Pacific Ocean to the west and san Diego bay to the east. Allmost 100,000 internments of veterans and their sposes lay in rest here.

Many Fort Rosecrans interments date to the early years of the California Territory, including the remains of the casualties of the battle of San Pasqual. Shortly after the United States declared war on Mexico in May 1846, Brigadier Stephen Watts Kearney was tasked with conquering Mexico’s northern provinces, New Mexico and California. While Kearny demonstrated his considerable gift for administrative command with his acquisition of the New Mexican territory, he faced a more difficult task in California. Expecting a show of force from the Mexican Californios, Kearney set out west from New Mexico. Upon reaching California, Kit Carson intercepted him and his men, who informed him the territory had been taken by American settlers in the Bear Flag Revolt. Kearney sent 200 of his men back to New Mexico with the news and continued forward with one-third of his force. Unfortunately, the success of the revolt had been exaggerated and, before reaching their destination, Kearney and his men encountered a group of Californios intent on keeping more U.S. troops out of their homeland.

Copyright: William Salisbury
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 4000x2000
Taken: 29/08/2008
Uploaded: 04/09/2008
Updated: 06/01/2019
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