Vestiges of Lincoln Park
In 1868, the area now known as Lincoln Park, was reserved by the City of San Francisco for a city cemetery, also known as Potter’s Field or Golden Gate Cemetery. In 1901, the Board of Supervisors banned all burials in the City of San Francisco and by 1909, the city ordered Golden Gate Cemetery to move.
To learn more about the history of Lincoln Park, please explore the following narratives:
To learn about other Lands End vestiges and stories, please visit the main Vestiges of Lands End page.
To learn more about the park's rich history, please visit the History & Culture page.
Last updated: February 28, 2015