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About this CollectionRoll of Honor, Nos. XXII-XXIII. U.S. Quartermaster's Dept. (1869).
No. XXII is devoted entirely to burials in the national cemetery in Nashville, Tennessee and refers to soldiers whose bodies were disinterred from 251 original places of interment. The bulk of No. XXIII is devoted to burials in the national cemetery in Marietta, Georgia; however, Tennessee is again prominent, featuring burials at Fort Donelson as well as burials at Chattanooga, Knoxville, and Murfreesboro additional to those in No. XI. (See also Items 59515952, 5953, 5954, 5955, 5956, 5957, 5959, 5965, and 5966.)
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