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Very artistic place.
This is an old, old place with some old, old graves of Crescent City people and children buried here. I am always interested in who these people were and what happened to them.
There is a great group who volunteers to keep...More
This cemetery (if it really is one, since I have heard the bodies were moved) is really lacking in interpretive information. In fact it is confusing. Since we know the accident happened in 1865, why are there so many gravestones showing deaths after that date....More
This is a very well presented memorial , The tombstones really touch your heart because of the ages of people and children that were lost. The board with the history behind the people who were lost, and the men who helped save people, was very...More
The story of the sinking of the Brother Jonathon off the coast of Crescent City is a sad tale but the cemetery site and small park are located across the street from one of the best coastal views at the northern end of town at...More
This is the memorial for the lives lost in the Brother Jonathan shipwreck. It is in the west ending a nice park and just across the street from a very nice ocean overlook. Just a perfect place for a walk and a little history.
We were told that no bodies remain in this seaside location, but it is interesting to read about the wreck of the Brother Jonathan, a Pacific Mail steamer. Informative headstones are arranged around the memorial. There are benches to sit on while you enjoy the...More