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Alaska Saving Graves

Posted: 23 Apr 2006 12:36PM GMT
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I'd like to invite everyone who has an interest in our state's cemeteries to please visit your state site at: http://www.savinggraves-us.org/ak/.
This group was started as a part of the Saving Graves web site.
Some of the groups have expanded, some are still in their infancy
with only
myself as a member. Each group is linked to the State home page at
Saving
Graves.

Saving Graves is A collaborative effort of cemetery preservation
advocates
working to increase public awareness and activism in preserving,
protecting
and restoring endangered and forgotten historic cemeteries
worldwide. More
can be found about Saving Graves here:
http://www.savinggraves.org/about/index.htm. Currently Saving Graves
has the
main page at: http://www.savinggraves.org, all 50 states, Canada at
http://www.savinggraves-ca.org, Australia: http://www.savinggraves-
au.org,
the UK: http://www.savinggraves-uk.org, and every country around the
world,
along with the newest addition Historic Graveyards at:
http://www.historicgraveyards.com. Saving Graves was founded by Mr.
William
Spurlock of Norcross, Georgia in 2000. Mr. Spurlock handed over the
Saving
Graves websites and domains to me in November 2005. Along with my
partner
and the state and county coordinators, we continue to build the
legacy Mr.
Spurlock has begun.

Persons like you help us grow by submitting reports on endangered
cemeteries
across the country and around the world. I have started to
incorporate
photo pages of these cemeteries as they are submitted or as I can
get out to
take them. We welcome all information on cemeteries in your state,
state
laws or legislation, photo pages, and many other items. States and
counties
are still available for adoption throughout the United States and we
welcome
all volunteers.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me at
this
e-mail, through the group or web site or at
savinggraves@comporium.net.

Thanks,
Steven Stymiest - Webmaster
Saving Graves


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