|Chicago Tribune, Aug 21, 1968.|
|The Times, Dec 19, 1982.|
|Development pushes up against Williamsville Cemetery, off Orange Centre Drive near U.S. Route 23 in Orange Township. The graveyard is closed to new burials. |
|At Arlington National Cemetery, about 400,000 people from the|
United States and 11 other countries are buried.
(Astrid Riecken/For The Washington Post)
|A sculpture at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Washington, D.C. Mount Olivet is maintained by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington and was one of the first in the city to be racially integrated. (Astrid Riecken/For The Washington Post)|
|Athena Ullrich visits the graves of her parents at Arlington National Cemetery. Ullrich's father was a private in the U.S. Army during World War II. For his service he received a purple heart. (Astrid Riecken/For The Washington Post)|
|The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Dec 25, 1881.|
|The Osage City Free Press, Jan 21, 1897.|
|Alton Evening Telegraph, Jan 13, 1883.|
|The Hutchinson News, May 15, 1926.|
|The McPherson Daily Republican, May 4, 1916.|
|Statue of "Blind" Boone|
in Blind Boone Park in Warrenburg, MO
|The Sedalia Democrat, |
Aug 19, 1960.
|The Pittsburgh Courier, Sep 14, 1929.|
|The Kansas City Times, Feb 8, 1961.|
|The Greenwood (MS) Commonwealth, Jan 10, 1991.|
|The Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer, Feb 27, 1991.|
|Gary Pettus, "Gravesites Take On A Life |
of Their Own," JCL, May 21, 2006.