2,260 Confederate Soldiers are buried here. Richmond? Fredricksburg? Would you believe Columbus, Ohio? But wait. There was no fighting in Columbus, Ohio. What were 2,000 Rebels doing way up there? Actually, 9,400 were held in this Civil War prisoner camp by 1865. It was named for former Ohio Governor and Senator, Lincoln’s Secretary of the Treasury and face of the $10,000 bill (Don’t believe me? Just look in your pocket.) Salmon P. Chase. Even more interesting, 3 of Ohio’s spectacularly mediocre Presidents served within its walls – Hayes, Garfield and McKinley. But don’t look for the street signs or parade of tour groups to guide you to the cemetery (all that remains of the original operation that stretched for many city blocks). It’s hidden behind 6 foot walls in a less than impressive west Columbus residential neighborhood called the Hilltop. Only a Ohio Historical Marker marks its entrance.