A History of Andersonville Prison Monuments Stacy W. Reaves

A History of Andersonville Prison Monuments

Author: Stacy W. Reaves
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Book Title
A History of Andersonville Prison Monuments
Author
Stacy W. Reaves
ISBN
9781626196247
In April 1865, the nation learned of the atrocities and horrors of the southern prison camp at Andersonville, Georgia. An army expedition and Clara Barton identified the graves of the thirteen thousand who perished there and established the Andersonville National Cemetery. In the 1890s, veterans and the Woman's Relief Corps, wanting to ensure the nation never forgot the tragedy, began preserving the site. The former prisoners expressed in granite their sorrow and gratitude to those who died or survived the prison camp. Join author and historian Stacy W. Reaves as she recounts the horrendous conditions of the prison and the tremendous efforts to memorialize the men within.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Stacy W. ReavesPublisher: History PressPublished: 06/15/2015ISBN: 9781626196247Pages: 144Weight: 0.70lbsSize: 8.80h x 5.90w x 0.50d
In April 1865, the nation learned of the atrocities and horrors of the southern prison camp at Andersonville, Georgia. An army expedition and Clara Barton identified the graves of the thirteen thousand who perished there and established the Andersonville National Cemetery. In the 1890s, veterans and the Woman's Relief Corps, wanting to ensure the nation never forgot the tragedy, began preserving the site. The former prisoners expressed in granite their sorrow and gratitude to those who died or survived the prison camp. Join author and historian Stacy W. Reaves as she recounts the horrendous conditions of the prison and the tremendous efforts to memorialize the men within.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Stacy W. Reaves
Publisher: History Press
Published: 06/15/2015
ISBN: 9781626196247
Pages: 144
Weight: 0.70lbs
Size: 8.80h x 5.90w x 0.50d
In April 1865, the nation learned of the atrocities and horrors of the southern prison camp at Andersonville, Georgia. An army expedition and Clara Barton identified the graves of the thirteen thousand who perished there and established the Andersonville National Cemetery. In the 1890s, veterans and the Woman's Relief Corps, wanting to ensure the nation never forgot the tragedy, began preserving the site. The former prisoners expressed in granite their sorrow and gratitude to those who died or survived the prison camp. Join author and historian Stacy W. Reaves as she recounts the horrendous conditions of the prison and the tremendous efforts to memorialize the men within.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Stacy W. Reaves
Publisher: History Press
Published: 06/15/2015
ISBN: 9781626196247
Pages: 144
Weight: 0.70lbs
Size: 8.80h x 5.90w x 0.50d