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Union Cemetery, Redwood City, California: The People, Their Lives, Their Communities

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This easy-to-read book presents the background of early residents of southern San Mateo County by memorializing some of those interred in the Union Cemetery, including some of the soldiers of a little-known special unit that fought valiantly in the Civil War.

Tombstones and other monuments are usually made in stone or wood; they do not tell the strains, difficulties, and jo
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Paperback, 1st, 139 pages
Published 2009 by Star Pub Co
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Loren
Nov 08, 2013 Loren rated it liked it
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I bought this book after I'd taken a tour of the Union Cemetery in Redwood City. Because of that, many of the stories of the pioneers in this book were familiar to me. I wish there had been a way for the author of the book to feature the most interesting stories in some way that drew the reader's attention to them. The encyclopedia style wins points for being comprehensive, but if you're not familiar with the layout of Redwood City, Woodside, Atherton (and the surrounding towns) or Searsville, S ...more
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