Stone’s River National Cemetery
- Creator: Unknown photographer
- Title: Stone’s River National Cemetery
- Date: 1867
- Description: Workers tend to a large cemetery with white grave markers laid out in straight lines in the upper portion of the image and what appears to be open ground in front. Three men stand in the middle foreground as a horse and wagon approaches.
- Historical Note: Re-interment of Union dead at Stones River National Cemetery was under the charge of Chaplain William Earnshaw. Private William Holland, a Tennessean in 111th United States Colored Troops, served under Earnshaw. He later owned a small farm near the cemetery, where he is buried. This print was published and sold on behalf of a fund for ornamenting cemeteries in the states of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia, under the sanction of Maj. Gen. G. H. Thomas, commanding the department. WM. Earnshaw, U.S.A., Superintendent.
- Institution: Library of Congress
- Publisher: Digital Initiatives, James E. Walker Library, Middle Tennessee State University
- URL: http://cdm15838.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/landingpage/collection/shades