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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Quaint cemetery in St. LouisReviewed By Dewayne P December 2021
Even on a dreary December day it is enjoyable to walk the cemetery. The beauty of the old headstones and markers is a sight to behold. I am certain spring or summer would amply the experience with...Full Review
Amazing History...Reviewed By Joe W May 2021
If you're a Civil War buff, where do you start...Two of the most polarizing men of the 19th century are buried here. Dred Scott - whose plight before the Supreme Court was considered by many the...Full Review
Had to pay our respects to "Uncle Billy" and familyReviewed By Monica58860 September 2019
We are people that have a large interest in our Civil War and this should be on the list for anyone with similar interests. It is a bit confusing to enter the cemetery as the entrance is at an angle...Full Review