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Women’s love and devotion preserve Andersonville Prison Site

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Andersonville Prison and the Woman’s Relief Corp

Earlier I posted about the work of the Woman’s Relief Corp. In that writing, I left out one of their most prominent works- the preservation of the Andersonville Prison site in Andersonville, Georgia. This organization is a key element in … Continue reading

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The Andersonville Book is now available!

My latest book A History of the Andersonville Prison Monuments is now available from Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Andersonville National Historic Site bookstore and The History Press. This book chronicles the efforts made to preserve the prison site after the war … Continue reading

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