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This section provides context for understanding the Civil War monuments and markers in Rosehill Cemetery. Click through to learn about the rural cemetery movement, the establishment of Rosehill Cemetery, and the impact of the Civil War on perceptions of death and the cultural landscape.
Disclaimer: The “A Nation at War” section contains graphic images of soldier dead. Viewer discretion is advised.
This section engages with the Civil War monuments and markers in Rosehill Cemetery. Click through to learn about when various monuments/markers were installed, who installed them, the iconography they utilize, and the inscriptions they feature.
This section explores the intersection of the public, the cemetery, and the Civil War. Click through to view examples of the use of Civil War monuments and markers in Rosehill Cemetery Company publicity and to learn about visiting the cemetery - past and present.