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AudiotourThrough These Gates: The Evergreen Cemetery Walking Tour

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  1. Audiotour overzicht
  2. Audiotour overzicht

    Hi! Welcome to today's tour, "Through These Gates: The Evergreen Cemetery Walking Tour" presented by the Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library. We are so glad you will be joining us today. I am Bob and I will be your guide. 

    A few notes before we get started. This tour takes approximately fifty five minutes  to complete, plus the time you spend at each stop.  You can stop at any time and start at the same spot later.  The audio will automatically start when you get close to each point of interest.  To ensure the best audio quality during the tour, the use of a headset is recommended. And this is important: please make sure you stay aware of your surroundings at all times. Oncoming vehicles, bicyclists or people walking with or without a pet can be hazards.

    As the tour begins you will see a blue navigation line on the map. Follow this line around the cemetery to hear interesting stories about the people interred at each stop

    OK, I think we're ready to get started. Take a look around. You should be standing in front of the Evergreen Chapel. You are? Then let's begin! Welcome to Evergreen Cemetery in Alpena Michigan!

     

    Music credit: https://www.bensound.com

  3. 1 Evergreen Cemetery Chapel
  4. 2 Evergreen Mausoleum
  5. 3 Grace Lutheran Cemetery
  6. 4 Holy Cross Cemetery
  7. 5 Hebrew Cemetery
  8. 6 Evergreen Cemetery Gate
  9. 7 Stanley S. Whitier (1846-1868)
  10. 8 Daniel & Sarah Carter (1814-1897)
  11. 9 Lewis Vanderbilt (1838-1878)
  12. 10 John Viall (1842-1919)
  13. 11 Dr. John F. Deadman (1867-1932)
  14. 12 Noble M. Brackinreed (1838-1913)
  1. Audiotour overzicht

    Hi! Welcome to today's tour, "Through These Gates: The Evergreen Cemetery Walking Tour" presented by the Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library. We are so glad you will be joining us today. I am Bob and I will be your guide. 

    A few notes before we get started. This tour takes approximately fifty five minutes  to complete, plus the time you spend at each stop.  You can stop at any time and start at the same spot later.  The audio will automatically start when you get close to each point of interest.  To ensure the best audio quality during the tour, the use of a headset is recommended. And this is important: please make sure you stay aware of your surroundings at all times. Oncoming vehicles, bicyclists or people walking with or without a pet can be hazards.

    As the tour begins you will see a blue navigation line on the map. Follow this line around the cemetery to hear interesting stories about the people interred at each stop

    OK, I think we're ready to get started. Take a look around. You should be standing in front of the Evergreen Chapel. You are? Then let's begin! Welcome to Evergreen Cemetery in Alpena Michigan!

     

    Music credit: https://www.bensound.com

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  • myraherron1@msn.com

    5 out of 5 rating 06-14-2020

    Also, there was an area in Wilson township that was named Dafoe, for Lemuel Dafoe, until Fred Herron gave the railroad permission to use part of his farm land as a stop for that area. After that, the area started being called the "Herron stop". It was later just called Herron, its present title. Harlo Herron, once mayor of Alpena, was born in Dafoe, and lived to see the name of that area changed to his last name.