Their stories of sacrifice are separated by more than 100 years in the history books, but at Andersonville
their stories areseparated by only a few hundred paces.
Thompson cites the Andersonville
Study of Retail Economics - conducted in 2004 by the research firm Civic Economics - which showed that $73 of every $100 spent in locally owned stores remained in the northside Chicago community of Andersonville
, compared to just $43 at nationally owned stores.
As JAG he presided over the trials of Mary Surratt and those who frequented her boarding house as well as that of Henry Wirtz, Commandant of Andersonville
Hesseltine (with whom I developed a close friendship) wrote the foreword; articles concentrated on Elmira, Andersonville
, Rock Island, and other compounds.
Avery at Galesburg, Ill., in 1874, the firm was Robert's brainchild while he was held at Andersonville
prison camp during the Civil War.
Their POW bios are used at the Nixon Library and Andersonville
's National POW Museum.
After reading about Andersonville
National Historic Site [September/ October 1998], I thought NPCA members would like to know that there were American POWs before there was a United States of America.
Both gave their blessing for a gala premiere of the movie "Andersonville
," about the historic Civil War prison in Georgia, at Ford's Theater in Washington on February 7, and for a VIP dinner beforehand.
Pulitzer prizes were awarded for the following: fiction, Andersonville
by MacKinlay Kantor; biography, Benjamin Henry Latrobe by Talbot F.
It's called Anteprima a rustic, regional Italian culinary gem located in Chicago's Andersonville
HISTORICAL SOCIETY: will host a meeting on "The Story of Andersonville
Prison'' on Thursday, Nov.
"Death Does Seem to Have all He can Attend to": The Civil War Diary of an Andersonville