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www.civilwar.org/.../history/warfare-and.../warfare/andersonville.htmlThe deadline that kept prisoners back from the walls of the stockade was marked
by a simple fence. Prisoners who crossed the line were shot by sentries who sat
in “pigeon roosts” located every 90 feet along the wall. ... Help Save our History.
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www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history.../civil-war-prisonsThough at present Andersonville is a National Historic Site, little has been done
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news.nationalgeographic.com/.../0701_030701_civilwarprisons.htmlJul 1, 2003 ... While the Civil War etched the names Gettysburg, Antietam, and Vicksburg into
the historical consciousness of the United States, a more ...
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Civil_War_prison_campsAmerican Civil War Prison Camps were operated by both the Union and the
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andersonville_National_Historic_SiteThe site is an iconic reminder of the horrors of Civil War prisons. .... His diary is in
the collection of the Dunn County Historical Society in Menomonie, Wisconsin, ...
tigger.uic.edu/~rjensen/prisons.htmHesseltine, William B. "The Propaganda Literature of Confederate Prisons,"
Journal of Southern History (1935 1:56-66. Hesseltine, William B. "Civil War
www.altonweb.com/history/civilwar/confed/Search Prison Records | Alton in the Civil War | Credits | HOME. The Alton prison
opened in 1833 as the first Illinois State Penitentiary and was closed in 1860,
when the last prisoners were moved to a ... Number of Records by State of Origin
militaryhistory.about.com/od/civilwar/p/andersonville.htmAndersonville Prison was the most notorious prisoner of war camp of the Civil
War. Constructed in southern Georgia, the 26.5 acre, open stockade received
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