Isle of the Dead, New York (Hart Island, The Bronx)

Isle of the Dead, New York (Hart Island, The Bronx)

Hart Island, New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hart Island, New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Private Anderson S. Ward, Company F,  11th North Carolina Infantry was captured April 3, 1865 at Petersburg and sent to prison at Hart Island, New York. He signed a oath of Alliegance on June 19, 1865

Private Anderson S. Ward, Company F, 11th North Carolina Infantry was captured April 3, 1865 at Petersburg and sent to prison at Hart Island, New York. He signed a oath of Alliegance on June 19, 1865

What We Found at Hart Island, The Largest Mass Grave Site In the U.S.

What We Found at Hart Island, The Largest Mass Grave Site In the U.S.

Hart Island: The largest mass grave in the U. - The Good Reads - Quora

What We Found at Hart Island, The Largest Mass Grave Site In the U.S.

What We Found at Hart Island, The Largest Mass Grave Site In the U.S.

What We Found at Hart Island, The Largest Mass Grave Site In the U.S.

What We Found at Hart Island, The Largest Mass Grave Site In the U.S.

Since some people have been buried on Hart Island in the Long Island Sound off the coast of the Bronx. But their graves remain unmarked and.

What We Found at Hart Island, The Largest Mass Grave Site In the U.S. | It’s a place where few living New Yorkers have ever set foot, but nearly a million dead ones reside: Hart Island, the United States’ largest mass grave, which has been closed to the public for 35 years.

What We Found at Hart Island, The Largest Mass Grave Site In the U.S.

The largest mass grave in the usa is Hart Island NY. If you were unlucky enough to not claim your relatives body within two weeks (or less) they were dumped here in an unmarked grave, never to be found.

Potter's field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Supported by tax payers on a city-owned island, New York City’s potter’s field is one of the country’s most inaccessible publicly funded spaces. The Hart Island cemetery is the secluded final resting.

Hart Island, New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

City Island, Bronx - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hart Island - The first person buried in the potters field was Louisa Van Slyke, a 24-year-old woman, in 1869. Since then, over three quarters of a million people have found final rest on the island. The records for most of these burials were lost in a fire.  The potters field at Hart Island is the largest cemetery in the United States.

Hart Island, New York: This tiny island hosts the largest publically funded potter’s field in the world.

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