Association of Graveyard Rabbits


The (New) Paripatetic Graveyard Rabbit . . .

. . . is here. Eh, I mean here! You’ll find up to the minute news about graveyards, cemeteries, and monuments, as well as the PGYR Video of the Week. This week’s video highlights a monument conservation training program put on by the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT). Located in Natchitoches, Louisiana, NCPTT is an element of …Continue reading →

A New Rabbit: Santa Fe’s African American Graveyard Rabbit

This new blog by the estimable George Geder can be found at http://africanancestryinsantafecemeteries.blogspot.com/. George poses this interesting question: “How many African Americans are buried in Santa Fe, New Mexico? Who are they? What are their stories?” His answers no doubt will fascinate and educate us. Check it out!

Graveyard Rabbits?

What’s a Graveyard Rabbit? Well, there are about 40 or so new ones in the blogosphere as of tonight! The Association of Graveyard Rabbits is an inspired idea from Terry Thornton, writer and publisher of The Hill Country of Monroe County, Mississippi. It is a group of bloggers focused only on issues of cemeteries, burial, memorial monuments, and the like. …Continue reading →

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