Buried in the cemetery are Stonewall Jackson, 144 Confederate veterans, two Virginia governors and Margaret Junkin Preston. For additional Civil War information: www.VisitStonewall.com.
Burial Place of William Quantrill at the Confederate Memorial Historical Site in Higginsville MO
Built in 1863 by federal forces occupying Athens, the fort, situated on Coleman Hill, was a five-sided earthen fort with some frame buildings and underground bomb-proofs. Abatis lined the 15-foot deep perimeter ditch, a small portion of which is still … Continue reading Fort Henderson, Athens Alabama
This is the burial place of the HL Humley submarine victims. From WikiPedia: H. L. Hunley was a submarine of the Confederate States of America that played a small part in the American Civil War, but a large role in the history of naval warfare. The Hunleydemonstrated both … Continue reading Magnolia Cemetery (Burial Place of Hunley Victims)
This cemetery is authentic to the time period and has many Civil War casualties buried in it.
Marker is located on Route J, north of Interstate 70, near Rocheport, MO.
Location: Marker is located in front of the Warden’s Residence adjacent to the Boonville Correctional Facility at 1216 East Morgan Street in Boonville. Marker Reads: On June 17, 1861, the Battle of Boonville took place at this and other locations … Continue reading Battle of Boonville Wayside Marker
Location: On the Plaza near Student and Community Center Fayette, MO Marker Reads: The Battle of Fayette occurred on Sept. 24, 1864, when a large force of guerrillas assaulted a fortified Union garrison in Fayette. The attacking force of approximately 250 partisans was led … Continue reading Battle of Fayette Wayside Marker
Located on the site of a Civil War hospital to care for soldiers of the Army of Tennessee at the end of the Civil War, this former Presbyterian church houses one of the finest collections of Confederate small arms weaponry in … Continue reading Greensboro Historical Museum
Site of the location where General Joseph E. Johnston delivered his farewell address to the men of the Army of Tennessee. A monument with the inscription of his speech is located in this park.