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Federal Stewardship of Confederate Dead
by National Cemetery Administration (Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, July 2016)

Contents:
Front Cover
Title Page
Table of Contents
Figures
Acronyms
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part I; Historic Context
Part II: Cemetery Histories
Camp Butler National Cemetery
Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Mound, Oak Woods Cemetery
Confederate Stockade Cemetery, Johnson's Island
Crown Hill Confederate Cemetery
Cypress Hills National Cemetery
Finn's Point National Cemetery
Fort Smith National Cemetery
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
Little Rock National Cemetery
North Alton Confederate Cemetery
Philadelphia National Cemetery
Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery
Rock Island Confederate Cemetery
Springfield National Cemetery
Union Cemetery Confederate Monument
Woodlawn Cemetery Confederate Monument
Woodlawn National Cemetery
Appendix A: Federal Codification
Appendix B: History of Confederate Flags
Bibliography

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