The Lively Place: Mount Auburn, America's First Garden Cemetery, and Its Revolutionary and Literary Residents by Stephen Kendrick

The Lively Place: Mount Auburn, America's First Garden Cemetery, and Its Revolutionary and Literary Residents

Stephen Kendrick

264 pages first pub 2016 (editions)

nonfiction history nature informative reflective medium-paced

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The story of one of the Boston area’s most famous attractions, the Mount Auburn Cemetery, and how its founders and “residents” have influenced American cultureWhen the Mount Auburn Cemetery was founded, in 1831, it revolutionized the way Americans...

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