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The site of Mount Pisgah is now marked by a nine-acre (3.6 ha) '''Mount Pisgah Cemetery State Preserve''', which contains exhibits, historical markers, and a reconstructed log cabin. However, little remains from the 19th century except a cemetery memorializing the 300 to 800 emigrants who died while passing through or residing in the community.
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The site of Mount Pisgah is now marked by a nine-acre (3.6 ha) '''Mount Pisgah Cemetery State Preserve''', which contains exhibits, historical markers, and a reconstructed log cabin. However, little remains from the 19th century except a cemetery memorializing the 300 to 800 emigrants who died while passing through or residing in the community.
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Many of those interned in this region are listed on [[Mount Pisgah Monument]].
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==Notable Internments ==
 
==Notable Internments ==

Revision as of 20:50, 14 April 2019

MtPisgah1.jpg

The site of Mount Pisgah is now marked by a nine-acre (3.6 ha) Mount Pisgah Cemetery State Preserve, which contains exhibits, historical markers, and a reconstructed log cabin. However, little remains from the 19th century except a cemetery memorializing the 300 to 800 emigrants who died while passing through or residing in the community.

MtPisgah2.jpg

Many of those interned in this region are listed on Mount Pisgah Monument.


Notable Internments