A History of Andersonville Prison Monuments (Civil War by Stacy W. Reaves

By Stacy W. Reaves

IN APRIL 1865, THE state realized OF THE ATROCITIES AND HORRORS OF THE Southern felony camp at Andersonville, Georgia. a military day trip and Clara Barton pointed out the graves of the 13 thousand who perished there and validated the Andersonville nationwide Cemetery. within the Nineties, veterans and the Woman�s aid Corps, eager to make sure the country by no means forgot the tragedy, started maintaining the location. the previous prisoners expressed in granite their sorrow and gratitude to people who died or survived the legal camp. sign up for writer and historian Stacy W. Reaves as she recounts the horrendous stipulations of the criminal and the super efforts to memorialize the boys within.

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