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Come explore Oakwood Cemetery in Jefferson, Texas. In its hallowed pathways you will discover heroes from each of America's wars, icons of Jefferson's past, and colorful characters from preachers to outlaws. In this guide to Oakwood Cemetery, you will find: - A collection of stories from the people buried within the gates, including one of Texas' most notorious outlaws, General Lee's favorite Confederate Spy, and an unknown lady whose headstone inscription is only "written in heaven". - A key to the tombstone art that will help your understanding and appreciation of Oakwood's dramatic markers. - Examples of the classic ironwork that can be found throughout the cemetery. - Epitaphs written decades, even a century ago, with thoughts both profound and whimsical. Come and explore one of Jefferson's hidden treasures... Historic Oakwood Cemetery!
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Mitchel Whitington is an author and lecturer who lives in Jefferson, Texas. His home, The Grove (also known as the Stilley-Young house), is an 1861 steamboat-era home that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Mitchel is a member of both the Marion County Historical Commission and the Historic Jefferson Foundation.This is Mitchel's second book covering the historic topics of Jefferson, TX.
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Book Description 23 House, 2006. Perfect Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110970672926