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Fort Pulaski National Monument Cemetery

Fort Pulaski National Monument Cemetery Excavations.
   


Click on the map above for each of the following sections to view a related image showing the approximate location of feature outlines or for further information regarding the map (For the original outlines of the features refer to Groh 1999):

  • The Primary Datum
  • Grid North
  • Extant Rowan's Grave (56 KB)
  • R.I. Volunteers Cemetery Section (29 KB)
  • Confederates Cemetery Section (40 KB)
  • Burial #33 (20 KB)
  • "Denison's 1863 sketch of cemetery bays"
  • "Union grave sites" (15 KB)
  • "Confederate grave sites" (22 KB)
  • "Possible grave markers" (22 KB)
  • "Graves of unknown association" (9 KB)
  • The line separating "R.I. Vols." from "Confederates" (29 KB)
  • The Moat Wall/Moat (22 KB)
  • The North Trench (73 KB)

 

 
     

Morgan Monument and  Confederate section of the graveyard (40 KB). Morgan Monument and  Confederate section of the graveyard (40 KB). Morgan Monument and  Confederate section of the graveyard (40 KB). Post mold at Burial No. 33 (Image was rotated to line up with this map). Reverend Frederic Denison's 1863 sketch map (Corrected to line up with this map). Plaque showing the location of the Immortal 600 burials looking east (29 KB). Picture of these burials and postmolds (Image was rotated to line up with this map - 29 KB). Click for the post Civil War  grave sites (15 KB). Click for the Confederate grave sites (22 KB). Click for a closeup of the locations of possible grave markers and memorials (22 KB). Click for a closeup of the graves of unknown association (9 KB). Lieutenant Robert Rowan's (d. 1800) headstone looking east (56 KB). Scale. Unexcavated areas of the graveyard. Click for more info on the orientation of the grid. Primary Datum at 100E, 100N. Picture looking south at the moat with a portion of the moat wall at the bottom right. Click for the Profile of the North Trench.