Dayton National Cemetery No. 6
The Story: Dayton, Ohio, served as host for our Nation’s veterans since 1867 when Congress created three National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Due to the constant breezes and fresh air, the home was built on the western rise of the Miami Valley. As soldiers living at the facility passed away, there were interred in an adjacent cemetery which today is called Dayton National Cemetery. In this scene, the Soldiers Monument was erected on a small hill. The 30-foot-tall marble Corinthian column features a Union Soldier looking toward downtown Dayton.
Sublocation: Dayton National Cemetery
City, State: Dayton, Ohio
$75.00 – $440.00