Fayetteville National Cemetery

Fayetteville National Cemetery
Fayetteville National Cemetery in Fayetteville, Ark., serves more than 135,000 veterans in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Fayetteville National Cemetery was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 28, 1999. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Photos from the Fayetteville National Cemetery in Fayetteville, Ark. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Fayetteville National Cemetery, covering 15 acres, is nicknamed "Little Arlington." Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
The cemetery hosts a Memorial Day ceremony each year. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
There are around 8,000 veterans laid to rest at the Fayetteville cemetery. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
This section holds the remains of veterans who have been cremated. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
More than 200 burials are conducted each year at Fayetteville National Cemetery. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Fayetteville National Cemetery in Fayetteville, Ark. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Veterans from the Revolutionary War through 21st century wars are buried here. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Fayetteville National Cemetery in Fayetteville, Ark. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Photos from the Fayetteville National Cemetery in Fayetteville, AR. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Honor and patriotism are found throughout the cemetery. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
A Purple Heart plaque overlooks the graves at Fayetteville National Cemetery. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
The cemetery has grown from 5 acres in 1867 to the current 15 acres. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Medal of Honor recipient Clarence B. Craft is laid to rest in Fayetteville. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
One of the many plaques throughout the 15-acre cemetery. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
More than 8,000 veterans are laid to rest in Fayetteville National Cemetery. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
The Fayetteville cemetery has tripled in size since the original land purchase. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
Fayetteville National Cemetery hosts the final resting places for more than 8,000 veterans. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
The Fayetteville cemetery takes up 15 acres but there is more room nearby to grow. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.
Fayetteville National Cemetery
A Pearl Harbor marker has a place of honor at Fayetteville National Cemetery. Photos by Eldon Lindsay/The American Legion.

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