Soldiers Monument, Arlington Cemetery

Soldiers Monument, Arlington Cemetery Washington District of Columbia


Stock #: 11353
City: Washington
State: District of Columbia (DC)
Size: 3.25" x 5.25" (9 x 14 cm)

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Beneath This Stone Repose The Bones Of Two Thousand One Hundred And Eleven Unknown Soldiers Gathered After The War From The Fields Of Bull Run And The Route To The Rappahannock Their Remains Could Not Be Identified. But Their Names And Deaths Are Recorded In The Archives Of Their Country, And Its Grateful Citizens Honor Them As Of Their Noble Army Of Martyrs May They Rest In Peace. September. A. D. 1866. Soldiers Monument, Arlingten Cemetery.-This beautiful monument was erected in 1866, in honor of over 2,000 Union and Confederate soldiers who fell in the battle of Bull Run, where the Union forces were disastrously defeated by the Confederates
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