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Organized January 7, 1876Centennial ObservanceJanuary 11, 1976"Preaching Christthe hope of all mankind"
Covering seven city blocks, the cemetery was begun on a part of the de L'Aigle Plantation and Brick Yard, donated by the Nicholas de L'Aigie family. It became known as the City Cemetery in 1818 and was later named for its stately magnolia trees. …
For the invention of theAmerican Cotton Gin A contribution to the resourcesof civilization and to thematerial welfare ofThe United States Erected byThe New England CottonManufactures Association,MDCCCCII
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