What’s believed to be the original Yellow Fever Cemetery gate stands alone like the tombstones that surround it in Palmetto’s original cemetery named for those victims lost to the 1888 Yellow Fever epidemic.
What’s believed to be the original Yellow Fever Cemetery gate stands alone like the tombstones that surround it in Palmetto’s original cemetery named for those victims lost to the 1888 Yellow Fever epidemic. MARK YOUNG myoung@bradenton.com
What’s believed to be the original Yellow Fever Cemetery gate stands alone like the tombstones that surround it in Palmetto’s original cemetery named for those victims lost to the 1888 Yellow Fever epidemic. MARK YOUNG myoung@bradenton.com

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