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Little Rock National Cemetery


category : Cemeteries
Grounds were used as a Union campground and later as both a Union and Confederate graveyard. A wall erected between the Union and Confederate sections was taken down in 1913. Includes the Minnesota Monument and the Little Rock Confederate Memorial. Contains over 22,000 graves of veterans from Civil War to Desert Storm.


Address: 2523 Confederate Blvd.
Phone: (501) 324-6401

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Little Rock National Cemetery

Grounds were used as a Union campground and later as both a Union and Confederate graveyard. A wall erected between the Union and Confederate sections was taken down in 1913. Includes the Minnesota Monument and the Little Rock Confederate Memorial. Contains over 22,000

Little Rock, AR Cemeteries

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