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This is the grave of Henry Ward Beecher. Beecher was the most prominent minister in mid-19th century America. The son of Lyman Beecher, one of the most important ministers of his generation, Beecher started his ministerial career in 1837 in Indiana. He rejected his father's...
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Erik Visits an American Grave (X)

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Underneath this rock is buried Jacob Riis. A Danish immigrant, Riis became one of the leading muckrakers of the Progressive Era, exposing the terrible conditions of immigrants and the urban poor in his extremely influential How the Other Half Lives, published in 1890. Particularly important...
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This is the grave of Gifford Pinchot. Like most Progressives, Gifford Pinchot's legacy is deeply complicated. The nation's first major forester, a process begun with his father felt terrible for all the damage he had caused to the American landscape, Pinchot fought to place some...
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