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"Recently touring the southern states, 1912-1913 having visited viz: Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana. After studying the sentiment of an organization, the "United Daughters of the Confederacy," numbering about 40,000 women who have organized an aggressive country-wide society, one object has been to erect a monument at Andersonville to the memory of Captain Henri Wirz to eulogize and vindicate his conduct at that notorious prison, with its false inscriptions, terming him a martyr, has prompted us to publish this album of views, taken by the author, a professional photographer, having made a special trip for the purpose of publishing this notorious stockade prison."
J.W. Elarton, 1913
Burr Pub. Co.
J.W. Elarton, Andersonville Prison, Civil War, Georgia
Elarton, John W., "Andersonville" (1913). Books and Publications. 6.
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