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This is the grave of Hazard Stevens. Born in Newport, Rhode Island in 1842, the son of the awful genocidal racist Isaac Stevens and Margaret Hazard Stevens, young Hazard followed his father out to Washington Territory, where Isaac committed his hideous crimes. Like his father, Hazard volunteered for the Union Army during the Civil War […]
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This is the grave of Montgomery Blair. Born in Franklin County, Kentucky in 1813, Montgomery Blair’s father Frank (grave shown in this picture as well, but already covered in the series) became one of Andrew Jackson’s leading advisors. He was accepted to West Point and graduated in 1835. After serving for only one year in […]
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This is the grave of Pierre Charles L’Enfant. Born in Paris in 1754, L’Enfant’s father was a favorite painter of Louis XV, allowing him to study art at the Royal Academy of Art and the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture. But up for adventure and feeling the spirit of the age, he crossed the […]
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