One whole generation of the South's best and brightest young men were laid to rest in this cemetery. They were determined, brash and brave and who died fighting for Southern rights, way of life and for pride. This all happened almost 149 years ago. Today, while walking down its paths, you can still feel their spirit, hopes and their joie de vivre seething from the lawn and the white washed crosses. They lost the war but won eternal lasting peace.
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