"Stump" grave stones
at Franklin cemetery near
In nearby Indiana, stone quarries were the source of much of the Indiana marble used in various American public buildings. This produced a large supply of skilled stone carvers, who in their spare hours would often produce elaborate grave markers, many in the form of tree stumps.
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