submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 14.09.2007
Subtitle: A Definitive History of the Greek Section at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Author: Nicholas M Prevas
When Published: 2001
Publisher: Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, Maryland, USA
Available: From the Author
Description: Quarto size, 200 page book, chronicling all Greeks buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Interesting from a Kytherian point of view, because a number of Kytherians are buried there.
Many were buried there during the first 3 decades of the 20th century.
This is a very useful research tool.
Greek/Kytherian communities around the world should use the book as a template for chronicling Greeks buried in their own area.
A similar book on the Greeks buried in the Botany Cemetery, Sydney, for example, would prove to be an invaluable tool.
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