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Fort Mitchell National Cemetery


category : Cemeteries
Final resting place for U.S. military veterans, including WWI and Desert Storm victims. In 1836-37, Indians were brought here for removal to Oklahoma, making Ft. Mitchell an origin point for "Trail of Tears."


Admission: Free
Hours: Office open M-F 8-4:30; cemetery open daily.
Address: 553 Hwy. 165

Phone: 334-855-4731
Fax: 334-855-4740

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Fort Mitchell National Cemetery

Final resting place for U.S. military veterans, including WWI and Desert Storm victims. In 1836-37, Indians were brought here for removal to Oklahoma, making Ft. Mitchell an origin point for "Trail of Tears."

Fort Mitchell, AL Cemeteries

Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center

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Fort Mitchell National Cemetery

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