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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Cemeteries, National (search)
near the city of Mexico, for the interment of the remains of soldiers who fell in the Mexican War. The remains of Federal soldiers and sailors who fell in the Civil War have been buried in seventy-eight cemeteries, exclusive of those interred elsewhere, a far greater number. In the subjoined list are given the names and locations of the national cemeteries, with the number therein buried, known and unknown: Known.Unknown. Cypress Hills, N. Y.3,71076 Woodlawn, Elmira, N. Y.3,07416 Beverly, N. J.1457 Finn's Point, N. J.2,644 Gettysburg, Pa1,9671,608 Philadelphia, Pa1,88128 Annapolis, Md2,285204 Antietam, Md2,8531,818 London Park, Baltimore, Md.1,637166 Laurel, Baltimore, Md2326 Soldiers' Home, D. C.5,314288 Battle, D. C.43 Grafton, W. Va634620 Arlington, Va11,9154,349 Alexandria, Va 3,402124 Ball's Bluff, Va124 Cold Harbor, Va6731,281 City Point, Va3,7781,374 Culpeper, Va456911 Known.Unknown. Danville. Va1,172155 Fredericksburg, Va2,48712,770 Fort Harrison
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Gordon, Thomas F. 1787-1860 (search)
Gordon, Thomas F. 1787-1860 Historian; born in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1787; practised law. His publications include Digest of the laws of the United States; History of Pennsylvania from its discovery to 1776; History of New Jersey from its discovery to 1789; History of America; Gazetteer of New Jersey; Gazetteer of New York, and Gazetteer of Pennsylvania. He died in Beverly, N. J., Jan. 17, 1860.