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  • Historic Congressional Cemetery

    In 1807 the first burial ground in the new federal city was founded. Because of its close proximity to the seat of government members of Congress, military and government officials were interred, along with a number of ordinary citizens. The Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery maintains and operates the 35+ acres, 14,000 headstones, and burial place of over 55,000 people whose stories are part of our American History.

  • Historic Fair Hill

    North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Fair Hill Burial Ground was founded in 1703 on part of a grant of land of 16 acres given to the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) by George Fox, who is known as the founder of the Society.Most of the persons buried at Fair Hill are Quakers, many of them participants in the early abolitionist and women's rights movements.

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