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New Albany National Cemetery

1943 Ekin Ave, New Albany, IN 47150-1749
+1 502-893-3852
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A national Civil War era cemetery.

New Albany National Cemetery was established in 1862 by President Lincoln when New Albany was a... read more

Reviewed November 15, 2017
New Albany, Indiana
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Nov 14, 2017
“A national Civil War era cemetery.”
1943 Ekin Ave, New Albany, IN 47150-1749
+1 502-893-3852
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Reviewed November 15, 2017 via mobile

New Albany National Cemetery was established in 1862 by President Lincoln when New Albany was a larger city than its neighbor across the Ohio, Louisville. It’s a small federal cemetery that looks like a mini Arlington. The headstones are uniformed like Arlington and spouses of...More

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