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Beech Grove Cemetery Comes to Life
Beech Grove Cemetery Comes to Life
• 8½"x11" coffee-table-style book • Up to 176 glossy, acid-free pages • Hundreds of photos • Full-color dust jacket Beech Grove Cemetery Comes to Life is an exploration of the cemetery's history and evolution, but also the lives of those buried there. Pioneers, politicians, soldiers, the rich and poor, doctors, shopkeepers, industry titans, suffragettes, and former slaves-44,000 unique individuals lay at rest in Beech Grove Cemetery. Those buried there represent the movers and shakers of Muncie, the men and women who shaped the city from an agricultural backwater, to a regional manufacturing capital of the industrial revolution, and have helped guide it after industry left. Cemeteries are depositories of our ancestors-the men and women, over 44,000 in Beech Grove Cemetery alone, who shaped the evolution of our current times. While the intricacies of the lives of those interred are not readily available in each headstone, their burial markers do provide a crucial memorial designating the mortal remnants of the generations that precede us, while offering a reminder of the ultimate fate awaiting each and every one of us. Beech Grove Cemetery is a valuable resource for genealogists, historians, students of architecture and landscape design, photographers, and the general public. It is our hope that the information contained within this book will instill a deep interest and respect for the 44,000 buried within the walls of Beech Grove Cemetery. This pictorial is an 8 ½ x 11-inch, coffee-table-style book with a deluxe hard bound cover featuring 160 glossy, double-coated pages allowing for superior photo reproduction.

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HistoricalFindings Photo: Beech Grove Cemetery,353 Kilgore Avenue,Muncie,Delaware County,Indiana,IN
HistoricalFindings Photo: Beech Grove Cemetery,353 Kilgore Avenue,Muncie,Delaware County,Indiana,IN
8x12 inch Photographic Print from a high-quality scan of the original.Title: Beech Grove Cemetery, 353 Kilgore Avenue, Muncie, Delaware County, IN Creator(s): Historic American Buildings Survey, creator Date Created/Published: Documentation compiled after 1933 Data Page(s): 13 Photo Caption Page(s): 2 Notes: Significance: The Beech Grove Cemetery contains more history of Muncie and Delaware County than any other area. The grounds are eligible for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. Since its inception in 1841, the cemetery was the only significant burial ground in Muncie for nearly a century. The 152-year-old cemetery contains many ornate family mausoleums and monuments of Muncie's early industrialists. The cemetery also contains graves of veterans from the Revolutionary War to the Vietnam War. The cemetery is of local significance.Survey number: HABS IN-245National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 99000734Subjects: Cemeteries Monuments & memorials Place: Indiana -- Delaware County -- Muncie Latitude/Longitude: 40.19333, -85.38639 Bookmark /in0360/ Bookmark:in0360Bookmark:in0360Note: Some images may have white bars on the sides or top if the original image does not conform to the 8x12 dimensions.Source: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

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Beech Grove Confederate Cemetery
Beech Grove Confederate Cemetery
Beech Grove Confederate Cemetery formation and results of Battle of Hoover's Gap in Middle Tennessee. The first Confederate Cemetery appearing in the south.

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