Preservation Assessment for Three Suwanee, Georgia Cemeteries
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SubjectShadowbrook Cemetery (Suwanee, Ga.); Sims Lake Park Cemetery (Suwanee, Ga.); Jackson Street Cemetery (Suwanee, Ga.); Cemeteries--Conservation and restoration--Georgia--Suwanee; Cemeteries--Conservation and restoration; Georgia--Suwanee
This study examines three cemeteries in the City of Suwanee, Georgia, including what is known as the Shadowbrook or City Cemetery, the Jackson Street or African American Cemetery, and a small family cemetery in the new Sims Lake Park.
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