The press scrambled to catch up with her at the Gettysburg national cemetery before she took off again to Dillsburg.
This eulogy was given at Arlington national cemetery two weeks later.
The government had taken possession of the estate for a national cemetery.
We make a hurried trip to the national cemetery at Culpeper.
Also on the bluff is a national cemetery filled with soldiers' graves, the sad memorial of the War.
On the outskirts, a grim memorial of the great conflict, is the national cemetery, with fourteen thousand Union soldiers' graves.
In 1866 she secured the erection of a monument to the fallen soldiers in the national cemetery, at Hampton.
The 157th remnant lay with the reserve on the site of the present national cemetery.
His name appears on one of the markers in the national cemetery there.
A company at 72 (uj') forms the left support of an outpost in hostile country, on the line 70 (vj')—national cemetery (qj').