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A Dark and Stormy Afternoon in Historic Bellafontaine Cemetery

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Bellafontaine Cemetery, St. Louis, MissouriThe first rural cemetery west of the Mississippi River also happens to be one of the most historic, in terms of those who are interred here. This premier cemetery in Missouri is the final resting place for many who have become household names, and even more who deserve to be. If not for them, Americans might be flying the Stars and Bars instead of the Stars and Stripes, might not be purchasing hotdogs (or a Bud) at baseball games, might not have attended kindergarten, and might not have ever traveled over land to the Pacific. Add to the fascinating list of people who changed the course of a country a fierce thunderstorm that made the afternoon look like night, and Bellafontaine Cemetery became one of my favorite sites in St. Louis. Read more >

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Author: stephentravels

I am a writer and editor with 25 years of experience in my field and 40 years of travel adventures.

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