5 09, 2018

ANDERSONVILLE PRISON

2018-09-22T23:54:53+00:00

Andersonville Prison, Georgia, officially named Camp Sumter, was the largest Confederate prison camp. It only existed for 14 months, but during that time, more than 45,000 Union soldiers were confined here. 13,000 of these men died from disease, poor sanitation, and malnutrition. The first prisoners arrived at Andersonville in late

ANDERSONVILLE PRISON 2018-09-22T23:54:53+00:00
5 09, 2018

ALBANY MANUAL LABOR ACADEMY

2018-09-22T18:55:34+00:00

The Albany (Athens County, Ohio) Manual Labor Academy, was founded in 1847 in by William and Eliza Lewis. It would be the first school for black children in Ohio. The school's original mission statement was “By combining Manual Labor with study, we intend to rebuke the withering spirit of caste…make

ALBANY MANUAL LABOR ACADEMY 2018-09-22T18:55:34+00:00
5 09, 2018

ADDISCOMBE MILITARY SEMINARY

2018-09-22T18:59:27+00:00

The British East India Company Military Seminary was a British military academy at Addiscombe, Surrey, near London. Its purpose was to train young officers to serve in the East India Company’s huge and always growing private army in India. The Company, originally a shipping and trading concern, grew to rule

ADDISCOMBE MILITARY SEMINARY 2018-09-22T18:59:27+00:00
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