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Lookout Mountain, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 10
Another Yankee cemetery. --The following is a description in a Yankee paper of a cemetery which is about being constructed at Chattanooga to hold the Yankee dead who fell at Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain and of those who died of wounds and disease: The plan now adopted is one of some magnitude, but nevertheless one which Gen. Thomas will carry out fully. Immediately to the south of the town, and only a few hundred yards from the railroad is a hill or knob, the summit of which is 103 feet above the level of the Tennessee, with a gradual slope on all sides of the valley. The hill comprises about fifty acres, and is admirably fitted for the purpose intended. This is the site that is selected. The hill will be laid out as a national cemetery, on the summit of which will be erected a monument eighty feet high, with probably a base of eighty feet. The monument will be of a pyramidal shape, constructed of a superior quality of stone, and, when completed, will be a splendid w
Henry W. Thomas (search for this): article 10
Another Yankee cemetery. --The following is a description in a Yankee paper of a cemetery which is about being constructed at Chattanooga to hold the Yankee dead who fell at Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain and of those who died of wounds and disease: The plan now adopted is one of some magnitude, but nevertheless one which Gen. Thomas will carry out fully. Immediately to the south of the town, and only a few hundred yards from the railroad is a hill or knob, the summit of which is 103 feet above the level of the Tennessee, with a gradual slope on all sides of the valley. The hill comprises about fifty acres, and is admirably fitted for the purpose intended. This is the site that is selected. The hill will be laid out as a national cemetery, on the summit of which will be erected a monument eighty feet high, with probably a base of eighty feet. The monument will be of a pyramidal shape, constructed of a superior quality of stone, and, when completed, will be a splendid