Evergreen Cemetery
Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Evergreen Cemetery in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Evergreen is one of the largest historic cemeteries in Northwest Arkansas. Evergreen has over 3,000 interments, some of them dating back to the 1840s. Numerous notable people from Arkansas history are buried at Evergreen, including Senator J. William Fulbright, Governor Archibald Yell, industrialist Lafayette Gregg, and educator Sophia Sawyer.

At this web site you can learn a little about the history of Evergreen Cemetery, look at pictures of some of the monuments from different times of year, find academic resources concerning the cemetery, and learn about the Evergreen Cemetery Recording Project. This site is still a work in progress. If you find any dead links, or have suggestions, please let me know! (ggvogel@gmail.com)

Recent News:

A preliminary map and database of Evergreen Cemetery are now on-line. These allow you to search the cemetery information collected by students and volunteers who have participated in the Evergreen Cemetery Recording Project. The map and database form a 'virtual cemetery' which you can search to find specific individuals or cemetery features at Evergreen. The database and map are incomplete and still in the testing phase, and I welcome any suggestions or comments. Click here for an introduction and gateway to the database.

Evergreen Cemetery Recording Project:
Evergreen Cemetery was recently awarded a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council to aid in a project to record Evergreen Cemetery. To read about the recording project and the Humanities Council Grant, click here.

New Fence and Monuments Restored:
A recent fundraising effort, led by Dr. Harvey Smith of the University of Arkansas, raised $55,000 to install a fence around the boundary of Evergreen Cemetery. The work was done by Modern Fence and Supply Company, Inc. which also donated four entrance gates to the project. You can read a newspaper article about the new fence here. Numerous toppled monuments have recently been re-set, thanks to the Emerson Monument Company, which generously donated time and expertise for this project. You can view pictures of Emerson personnel righting a monument here.


Evergreen Cemetery is located just south and west of Williams Street and University Avenue in Faytteville, Arkansas (click here for map).


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This project is supported in part by a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council and the Department of Arkansas Heritage

Site designed and maintained by Gregory Vogel. Copyright 2005, Gregory Vogel and Fayetteville Evergreen Cemetery Association.

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