Assessment of tornado damage at the Oak Grove Cemetery, Americus, Georgia
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SubjectOak Grove Cemetery (Americus, Ga.); Sepulchral monuments--Conservation and restoration--Georgia--Americus; Sepulchral monuments--Georgia--Americus; Cemeteries--Conservation and restoration--Georgia--Americus; Cemeteries--Georgia--Americus
The 150 year old Oak Grove Cemetery in Americus, Georgia was heavily damaged by the March 1, 2007 EF 3 tornado that traveled across Webster, Sumter, and Macon counties. We were requested by the National Trust of Historic Preservation and State Senator George Hooks (District 14), to conduct an assessment of the damage and provide recommendations for conservation treatments.
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