Slave Cemetery, Culloden

Placed in 2000, adjacent to the Culloden City Cemetery, this memorial reads: We know not who they are, but they are loved ones of God and man and will never be forgotten.

Culloden Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

 

1 thought on “Slave Cemetery, Culloden

  1. Brooke

    Could you please do a section on Dahlonega, GA? I grew up there and the town as it was has all but become a thing of the past. Atlanta’s sprawl has taken over, but many of the iconic places are still there…just pushed to the side. I would love to see those photographed before they are gone or changed beyond recognition.

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