2700 T64-51 Beddoe Marker Old Sabine Town Cemetery - Sabine National F" by United States Forest Service

Publication Year:
1960

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Repository URL:
https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/nfgt_general/1138
Author(s):
United States Forest Service
Tags:
usfs; nfgt; land uses; national forests and grasslands in texas; united states forest service; sabine national forest; historic photo; historic image; Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis; Digital Humanities; Environmental Studies; Historic Preservation and Conservation; Other Arts and Humanities; Other History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology; Other Social and Behavioral Sciences; Science and Technology Studies; Social and Behavioral Sciences; United States History
artifact description
One of the better preserved markers in Old Sabine Town Cemetery where several hundred people are buried - Ice storms, vandals, and timber trespass have destroyed or damaged many beautiful monuments - "This is truly "The Silent City of the Dead" - unattended and uncared for. Here the dead shall rise when Gabriel blows his trumpet." - Harry R. Wright - Sabine National Forest. Photographer: Harry R. Wright