Resthaven Cemetery Assessment, City of Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia
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SubjectResthaven Cemetery (Washington, Ga.); Cemeteries--Conservation and restoration--Georgia--Washington; Cemeteries--Conservation and restoration--Georgia--Wilkes County; Cemeteries--Conservation and restoration; Georgia--Wilkes County; Georgia--Washington
This study was funded by the City of Washington and the Washington-Wilkes Historical Foundation. The field investigations were conducted from November 7 and 8, 2016. Report production followed immediately afterwards. The study examines Washington’s city cemetery, founded in 1857. It includes 41.1 acres, most of which has been developed, and it includes both African American and white citizens. It is included on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Washington National Register Historic District.
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