Monthly Archives: February 2018

Cemetery of the Week #163: Neptune Memorial Reef

Neptune Memorial Reef International waters off of Key Biscayne, Florida N 25° 42.036′ W 80° 05.409′ Founded: 2007 Size: 16 acres Number of interments: There are 1200 places available “in the reef’s initial development.” More than 200 placements have been … Continue reading

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Louisiana’s Endangered Cemeteries

Fragile Grounds: Louisiana’s Endangered Cemeteries by Jessica H. Schexnayder and Mary H. Manhein My rating: 3 of 5 stars What an important topic for a book about cemeteries! Louisiana loses the an area the size of a football field every half … Continue reading

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Four Graves for Harvey Milk

Originally posted on Cemetery Club:
To celebrate LGBT History month I’ve asked writers, historians an scientists to write about interesting queer people who now reside in our cemeteries and crematoriums. To start us off, I’m thrilled to have a blog…

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