Elmira New York Civil War Prison My ancestor, Judson P. Scruggs escaped by tunneling out with a group of other prisoners, the only successful escape from Elmira Prison. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!
Confederate monument Elmira, NY: Elmira Prison was a prisoner-of-war camp constructed by the Union Army in Elmira, New York, during the American Civil War to house captive Confederate soldiers. Where my gggrandfather Abraham Winkler is buried.
Elmira Prison Camp site photos~ Elmira Prison Camp Prisoners were housed in these A-Tents from July until late December 1864 Prisoners lined up for mealtime. These barracks were completed in late December but many men wintered in the A-Tents
Mark Twain: Woodlawn Cemetery in Elmira, New York where road signs direct traffic to the final resting place that Mark Twain chose for himself and his family with his wife's, Olivia Langdon Clemens, family.
Mulberry Street, New York City, 1900 - autochrome photograph. Autochromes are among the first commercially successful forms of colour photography. The colour dyes in the photographs are held by potato starch.