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Oakwood Cemetery - Richmond, Virginia

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"We invoke you, spirits of heroes and martyrs! We bless you, shades of immortal valor! We pledge you, mighty company of invisible witnesses, that the cause for which you fought shall never perish and that the vision you caught in cannon's mouth and battle smoke shall yet in greater glory be fulfilled."

Dr. Douglas Southall Freeman
Oakwood Cemetery
May 10, 1916

Wrought iron fence and beautiful pink flowers at Oakwood Cemetery
Oakwood Cemetery - Richmond, Virginia Actual photograph of the plaque on a large monument at the entrance gate of Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.

Always for them: Duty, honor, country. Always their blood, and sweat and tears, as we sought the way, and the light, and the truth.

Pretty flowers at Oakwood Cemetery
Oakwood Cemetery - Richmond, Virginia 17,000 Confederate soldiers, defending their land, were killed by United States Military, Abraham Lincoln Commander-in-Chief.

The Brook Run, 1st National Flag of the South forever honors their devotion and service to their country.

1st National Flag of the South at Oakwood Cemetery - Richmond, Virginia

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 






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