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The Resource A pilgrimage to the shrines of patriotism : being the report of the commission to dedicate the monument erected by the state of New York, in Andersonville, Georgia, to commemorate the heroism, sacrifices and patriotism of more than nine thousand of her sons who were confined in that prison, of whom more than two thousand five hundred perished there, with an account of services of the New York resident surviving Andersonville veterans held thereat and also enroute at Richmond and Danville, Va., Salisbury N.C., and Lookout mountain, Tenn., April 26-30, 1914, Published by authority of the state of New York under the supervision of the Andersonville monument dedication commission

A pilgrimage to the shrines of patriotism : being the report of the commission to dedicate the monument erected by the state of New York, in Andersonville, Georgia, to commemorate the heroism, sacrifices and patriotism of more than nine thousand of her sons who were confined in that prison, of whom more than two thousand five hundred perished there, with an account of services of the New York resident surviving Andersonville veterans held thereat and also enroute at Richmond and Danville, Va., Salisbury N.C., and Lookout mountain, Tenn., April 26-30, 1914, Published by authority of the state of New York under the supervision of the Andersonville monument dedication commission

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A pilgrimage to the shrines of patriotism : being the report of the commission to dedicate the monument erected by the state of New York, in Andersonville, Georgia, to commemorate the heroism, sacrifices and patriotism of more than nine thousand of her sons who were confined in that prison, of whom more than two thousand five hundred perished there, with an account of services of the New York resident surviving Andersonville veterans held thereat and also enroute at Richmond and Danville, Va., Salisbury N.C., and Lookout mountain, Tenn., April 26-30, 1914
Title
A pilgrimage to the shrines of patriotism
Title remainder
being the report of the commission to dedicate the monument erected by the state of New York, in Andersonville, Georgia, to commemorate the heroism, sacrifices and patriotism of more than nine thousand of her sons who were confined in that prison, of whom more than two thousand five hundred perished there, with an account of services of the New York resident surviving Andersonville veterans held thereat and also enroute at Richmond and Danville, Va., Salisbury N.C., and Lookout mountain, Tenn., April 26-30, 1914
Statement of responsibility
Published by authority of the state of New York under the supervision of the Andersonville monument dedication commission
Title variation
Dedication of monument erected by the state of New York at Andersonville, Georgia, 1914
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
974.7
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plans
  • plates
  • forms
Index
no index present
LC call number
E612.A5
LC item number
N5
Literary form
non fiction
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New York (State)
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1847-
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Palmer, Abraham John
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  • Andersonville Prison
  • American Civil War
  • Prisoners
  • Prisons
  • New York (State)
  • United States
Label
A pilgrimage to the shrines of patriotism : being the report of the commission to dedicate the monument erected by the state of New York, in Andersonville, Georgia, to commemorate the heroism, sacrifices and patriotism of more than nine thousand of her sons who were confined in that prison, of whom more than two thousand five hundred perished there, with an account of services of the New York resident surviving Andersonville veterans held thereat and also enroute at Richmond and Danville, Va., Salisbury N.C., and Lookout mountain, Tenn., April 26-30, 1914, Published by authority of the state of New York under the supervision of the Andersonville monument dedication commission
Link
https://archive.org/details/pilgrimagetoshri00newy
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Veteran service record" (16 p. of forms) at end
  • On cover: Dedication of monument erected by the state of New York at Andersonville, Georgia, 1914
  • A. J. Palmer, chairman
  • "List of New York state soldiers buried in Andersonville national cemetery": p. 171-241
Control code
000154749
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
241, [16] p.
Lccn
17027309
Other physical details
front., plates (1 fold.) ports., plan, forms.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 154749
  • (OCoLC)1738634
Label
A pilgrimage to the shrines of patriotism : being the report of the commission to dedicate the monument erected by the state of New York, in Andersonville, Georgia, to commemorate the heroism, sacrifices and patriotism of more than nine thousand of her sons who were confined in that prison, of whom more than two thousand five hundred perished there, with an account of services of the New York resident surviving Andersonville veterans held thereat and also enroute at Richmond and Danville, Va., Salisbury N.C., and Lookout mountain, Tenn., April 26-30, 1914, Published by authority of the state of New York under the supervision of the Andersonville monument dedication commission
Link
https://archive.org/details/pilgrimagetoshri00newy
Publication
Note
  • "Veteran service record" (16 p. of forms) at end
  • On cover: Dedication of monument erected by the state of New York at Andersonville, Georgia, 1914
  • A. J. Palmer, chairman
  • "List of New York state soldiers buried in Andersonville national cemetery": p. 171-241
Control code
000154749
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
241, [16] p.
Lccn
17027309
Other physical details
front., plates (1 fold.) ports., plan, forms.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 154749
  • (OCoLC)1738634

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