This is the final resting place for 11,700 Union soldiers who died in the Confederate prison in Salisbury, N.C., during 1864-65. The cemetery contains the largest number of unknown burials of any of the national cemeteries.
Salisbury, North Carolina | A symbol of Old Salisbury, this beautiful house was built in 1820. Dr. Josephus Hall, chief surgeon at Salisbury Prison during the Civil War, moved into the house with his family in 1859.
Salisbury, North Carolina | The purpose of the museum is to collect, preserve, research, exhibit and educate the public about the history of Rowan County and piedmont North Carolina through the use of its properties, programs and collections.