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It is good to see an historic site under some preservation. As genealogy buffs, we appreciate any amount of data from old cemeteries. We were concerned about the tattered American flag flying over the site.
a quick interesting little stop for a break and a walk around. Neat statue. Some interesting stories. There is a board at the bottom the hill with a sheet with a 'tour' of some of the interesting gravestones.
I grew up hearing stories of the old west that were told to me by my grand parents. It was finally nice to see some of the things that they had talked about. Just a small attraction but what a statement when you get to...More
It is a bit of a climb up the stairs but is worth it to view this history. Very somber. Old graves with wooden markers along with a large monument. A bir eerie when you think about it. Free pamphlets as a guide and signage...More
After finally stumbling upon this site I found it interesting. It would have been better had original grave markers been left in place. The resident kitty cat was quite friendly. Nice stop over for the history. Not enough signs to direct you to location.
We were doing a volkswalk (AVA.org) and this cemetery was along the route of the walk so we stopped, read all the info, and climbed the steps to view the cemetery. It was interesting and I would recommend it to anyone traveling thru the area....More
The Ogallala cemetery is one of many 'boot hill' cemeteries in the west. Pamphlets and several plaques are onsite, giving the story of some of the people who were buried here.
You'll spend less than an hour here. But it's worth a visit, if you're...More