Civil War Era National Cemeteries MPS

The following cemeteries were added to the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Civil War Era National Cemeteries Multiple Property Submission (or MPS).

Resource Name Also known as Address City County State Added
Fayetteville National Cemetery 700 Government Ave. Fayetteville Washington County Arkansas July 28, 1999
Fort Smith National Cemetery 522 Garland Ave. and S. 6th St. Fort Smith Sebastian County Arkansas May 20, 1999
Little Rock National Cemetery 2523 Confederate Blvd. Little Rock Pulaski County Arkansas December 20, 1996
Barrancas National Cemetery 80 Hovey Road Pensacola Escambia County Florida February 12, 1998
Marietta National Cemetery 500 Washington Ave. Marietta Cobb County Georgia September 18, 1998
Alton National Cemetery 600 Pearl St. Alton Madison County Illinois May 5, 2011
Camp Butler National Cemetery 5063 Camp Butler Rd. Springfield Sangamon County Illinois August 15, 1997
Mound City National Cemetery Jct. of IL 37 and US 51 Mound City Pulaski County Illinois October 8, 1997
Quincy National Cemetery 36th & Main Sts Quincy Adams County Illinois May 6, 2011
Rock Island National Cemetery 0.25 mi N of southern tip of Rock Island Moline Rock Island County Illinois June 13, 1997
Crown Hill National Cemetery 700 W. 38th St. Indianapolis Marion County Indiana April 29, 1999
New Albany National Cemetery 1943 Ekin Ave. New Albany Floyd County Indiana June 25, 1999
Keokuk National Cemetery 1701 J St. Keokuk Lee County Iowa June 4, 1997
Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery Within Fort Leavenworth military reservation Fort Leavenworth Leavenworth County Kansas July 15, 1999
Fort Scott National Cemetery 900 East National Ave. Fort Scott Bourbon County Kansas July 15, 1999
Camp Nelson National Cemetery 6890 Danville Rd. Nicholasville Jessamine County Kentucky September 3, 1998
Cave Hill National Cemetery 701 Baxter Ave. Louisville Jefferson County Kentucky September 3, 1998
Danville National Cemetery 277 N. First St. Danville Boyle County Kentucky May 29, 1998
Lexington National Cemetery 833 W. Main St. Lexington Fayette County Kentucky September 3, 1998
Mill Springs National Cemetery 9044 West Hwy 80 Nancy Pulaski County Kentucky May 29, 1998
Alexandria National Cemetery 209 Shamrock Ave. Pineville Rapides Parish Louisiana July 9, 1997
Baton Rouge National Cemetery 220 N. 19th St. Baton Rouge East Baton Rouge Parish Louisiana July 9, 1997
Port Hudson National Cemetery 20978 Port Hickey Rd. Zachary East Baton Rouge Parish Louisiana May 20, 1999
Annapolis National Cemetery 800 West St. Annapolis Anne Arundel County Maryland June 13, 1996
Loudon Park National Cemetery 3445 Frederick Ave. Baltimore Baltimore County Maryland June 20, 1996
Corinth National Cemetery 1551 Horton St. Corinth Alcorn County Mississippi November 20, 1996
Natchez National Cemetery 41 Cemetery Rd. Natchez Adams County Mississippi November 22, 1999
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery 2900 Sheridan Rd. Green Park St. Louis County Missouri July 9, 1998
Jefferson City National Cemetery 1024 E. McCarty St. Jefferson City Cole County Missouri October 1, 1998
Springfield National Cemetery 1702 E. Seminole St. Springfield Greene County Missouri August 27, 1999
Beverly National Cemetery Bridgeboro Rd., jct. of Mt. Holly, and Bridgeboro Rds. Edgewater Park Township Burlington County New Jersey October 15, 1997
Cypress Hills National Cemetery 625 Jamaica Ave. Brooklyn Kings County New York November 13, 1997
New Bern National Cemetery 1711 National Ave. New Bern Craven County North Carolina January 31, 1997
Raleigh National Cemetery 501 Rock Quarry Rd. Raleigh Wake County North Carolina January 31, 1997
Salisbury National Cemetery 202 Government Rd. Salisbury Rowan County North Carolina April 12, 1999
Wilmington National Cemetery 2011 Market St. Wilmington New Hanover County North Carolina January 31, 1997
Philadelphia National Cemetery Jct. of Haines St. and Limekiln Rd. Philadelphia Philadelphia County Pennsylvania July 24, 1997
Beaufort National Cemetery 1601 Boundary St. Beaufort Beaufort County South Carolina October 10, 1997
Florence National Cemetery 803 E. National Cemetery Rd. Florence Florence County South Carolina January 5, 1998
Chattanooga National Cemetery 1200 Bailey Ave. Chattanooga Hamilton County Tennessee September 16, 1996
Knoxville National Cemetery 939 Tyson St., NW Knoxville Knox County Tennessee September 12, 1996
Memphis National Cemetery 3568 Townes Ave. Memphis Shelby County Tennessee October 30, 1996
Nashville National Cemetery 1420 Gallatin Rd., S Nashville Davidson County Tennessee December 20, 1996
San Antonio National Cemetery 517 Paso Hondo St. San Antonio Bexar County Texas November 22, 1999
Alexandria National Cemetery 1450 Wilkes St. Alexandria Alexandria County Virginia March 2, 1995
City Point National Cemetery Jct. of 10th Ave. and Davis St. Hopewell Hopewell (Independent City) Virginia August 10, 1995
Cold Harbor National Cemetery Jct. VA 156 and 619, .5 mi. E Mechanicsville Hanover County Virginia August 10, 1995
Culpeper National Cemetery 305 U.S. Ave. Culpeper Culpeper County Virginia February 26, 1996
Danville National Cemetery 721 Lee St. Danville Danville (Independent City) Virginia April 7, 1995
Fort Harrison National Cemetery 8620 Varina Rd. Richmond Henrico County Virginia August 10, 1995
Glendale National Cemetery Jct of VA 156 and VA 600, 1 mi. S Providence Forge Henrico County Virginia February 26, 1996
Hampton National Cemetery Jct. of Cemetery Rd. and Marshall Ave. Hampton Hampton (Independent City) Virginia February 26, 1996
Richmond National Cemetery 1701 Williamsburg Rd. Richmond Henrico County Virginia October 26, 1995
Seven Pines National Cemetery 400 E. Williamsburg Rd. Sandston Henrico County Virginia October 26, 1995
Staunton National Cemetery 901 Richmond Ave. Staunton Staunton (Independent City) Virginia February 26, 1996
Winchester National Cemetery 401 National Ave. Winchester Winchester (Independent City) Virginia February 26, 1996

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