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J. Edgar Hoover, first director of the FBI, is buried in Congressional Cemetery, the oldest national cemetery. Other notables buried there include American Indian chief Pushmataha, who fought for the U.S. in the War of 1812. The cemetery overlooks the Anacostia River. (Ryan M.L. Young/The Washington Times)

J. Edgar Hoover, first director of the FBI, is buried in Congressional Cemetery, the oldest national cemetery. Other notables buried there include American Indian chief Pushmataha, who fought for the U.S. in the War of 1812. The cemetery overlooks the Anacostia River. (Ryan M.L. Young/The Washington Times)

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