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[Marked graves in a section of Arlington National Cemetery referred to as the "Field of the Dead"]

[Marked graves in a section of Arlington National Cemetery referred to as the "Field of the Dead"]

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Summary

Photograph shows headstones for Corporal James Roberts of Company H, 24th New York Volunteers, who died July 8, 1864, Private Ashael J. Tooley of the 2nd New York, who died June 30, 1864, and Private Peter Manuel of the 1st Michigan Cavalry who died June 29, 1864. This section of the cemetery became the primary burial location of white enlisted soldiers beginning on 15 Jun 1864. (Source: ANC History Office, 2015)

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Date

01/01/1865
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Contributors

Brown, G. O., active 1860-1889, photographer
place

Location

Arlington, Virginia, United States, 2221138.87833, -77.06867
Google Map of 38.87832519999999, -77.068671
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Source

Library of Congress
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