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Situated on a high bluff overlooking the Tennessee River with mature trees and many squirrels going about their business, Shiloh National Cemetery is peaceful and one of the more beautiful National Cemeteries that I have visited and, like all national cemeteries, well maintained. It is...More
It was lovely to walk the cemetery. The last time I was here it was closed. What a place of honor. Burial for all branches of service and all wars. It is amazing to walk through and they have benches to sit and contemplate. It...More
Great park, lots of history, well organized. It has a nice visitor center and book store. There are hiking trails, and biking can be done there.There are also several native American burial mounds. In the summer there are demonstrations and programs for children. They have...More
Not knowing what to expect when we visited the cemetery, I was surprised at how it was laid out. I wasn't prepared to see grave markers for the Union soldiers only. The film in the Visitor Center did mention the Confederate soldiers were buried in...More
The National Shiloh Cemetery demonstrates like all military cemeteries the great cost of our freedom. It is always a humbling experience to walk among the dead. It makes us grateful for all those who gave all to insure that my life is what it is...More
There is a plot map and a directory, but since so many of the soldiers were buried in trenches, you might not be able to find the person you are looking for. You can go on the cemetery web site and use the app they offer to... More
There is a plot map and a directory, but since so many of the soldiers were buried in trenches, you might not be able to find the person you are looking for. You can go on the cemetery web site and use the app they offer to search. Good luck!