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Established in 1854, Calvary Cemetery is the second oldest cemetery of the Archdiocese of St. Louis; at 470 acres, it is the largest in Missouri. This cemetery contains the graves of Dred Scott; General William Tecumseh Sherman; playwright Tennessee Williams; and many noted persons identified with the beginning of St. Louis.
Taking two adjacent cemeteries together, Bellefontaine Cemetery & Calvary Cemetery, there is no place on earth where more Union and Confederate generals lie at rest in such close proximity; more generals who commanded armies during the American Civil War lie here than are buried at Arlington National Cemetery and West Point combined.
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