Calvary Cemetery

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Gravesites of Tennessee Williams, Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman and Dred Scott. Many architecturally significant private mausoleums and monuments, including that of the Nez Perce. These warriors came to St. Louis in 1831 to visit William Clark. A free self-guided historic tour pamphlet is available at the office and on-line.

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beautiful
Reviewed By DnllJns May 2016

We went here yesterday to practice using my new camera. It was beautiful. The entrance to the cemetery is gorgeous. It was a little more confusing that Bellefontaine which is well laid out for the...

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Well Kept; Serene
Reviewed By Sue N August 2015

The cemetery appeared to be very well taken care of. We were pleased to see that as I have several family members buried there. The young man in the office was quite helpful. He looked up each...

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Precious Hope
Reviewed By WorryFreePhilly January 2015

As a historian, one of the things I always make sure I do is visit the local cemeteries when I travel. I had studied both Bellefontaine and Calvary months before I actually arrived. I know that...

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