Georgia's Confederate Monuments and Cemeteries

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Arcadia Publishing, 2006 - History - 128 pages
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Confederate monuments and markers in cemeteries across Georgia are inscribed with a variety of dedications. Many offer a simple sentiment, such as "Our Confederate Dead, 1861-1865" or "Lest We Forget"; some present a more political statement--"They Fought Not For Conquest, But For Liberty And Their Own Homes"; some have long soliloquies of prose or poetry; and others feature lists of names of individuals or units that served. Georgia's Confederate Monuments and Cemeteries features vintage images of soldiers, sailors, and the many different types of monuments erected throughout the state to honor them. These monuments of stone, marble, granite, and bronze recognize the sacrifice of those who served Georgia in the War Between the States. Various memorial associations and organizations, survivors, and descendants of these men and women built lasting tributes to them, and each has a story to tell.
  

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Provided many places in Georgia to visit with monuments. Will expand my perspective of the south's view of "The War." Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
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Lest We Forget Abbeville to West Point
31
A Few Honored Confederates
123
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Dr. David N. Wiggins, the author of Carroll and Haralson Counties in Vintage Postcards and Remembering Georgia's Confederates, has compiled this pictorial tribute to the memory of Georgians who represented his beloved home state while in the service of the Confederate States of America. The author presents what he believes to be the most complete listing of Georgia Confederate monuments and cemeteries published to date and shares many images previously unpublished.

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