Walking History with Jack Neely: Knoxville National Cemetery

Established during the Civil War in 1863 to bury Union dead, the Knoxville National Cemetery originated the practice of memorializing the dead by planting small flags. Jack Neely gives us a walking tour.

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D3 writes:

Excellent! I look forward to more of these historical films with Jack Neely.

tbecker writes:

Nice music, short and informative. I liked the beginning which showed where in town you can find the cemetary.

ROSSGREENE#210763 writes:

GREAT HISTORY LESSON....KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. I LAUNCHED 2 WEBSITES OF KNOXVILLE HISTORY THAT YOU MIGHT FIND INTERESTING... http://knoxvilleheritage.com/
http://worldwar2collection.com/
THANKS MR. NEELY

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