Eufaula, AL 36027
This Civil War-era cemetery is the burial site of Alabama Civil War Governor John Gill Shorter, his family, and family slaves. The cemetery is located on 5 acres in the middle of downtown Eufaula, on a bluff overlooking Lake Eufaula near the Shorter home, which burned in 1885.
Eufaula, Alabama | During the Civil War, this was the home of Captain S. H. Dent, the leader of a battery attached to the Army of the Tennessee.
National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus
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Alabama Department of Archives and History
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Alabama State Capitol
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First White House of the Confederacy
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