A Confederate Chronicle: The Life of a Civil War Survivor

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Illustration 8 of Master T. L. Wragg in the spring of 1863 is provided courtesy of Charles Hatcher and Dorothy Wragg McLaurin. The model of the CSS Atlanta in illustration 20 was built by William Hitchcock and is in the collection of the Ships of the Sea Museum, Savannah, Georgia. Map 1, the excerpt from "Bird's Eye View of Savannah, Georgia," Morning News Lithograph, copyrighted, drawn and published by Augustus Koch in 1891, was provided courtesy of the Georgia Historical Society. Map 6 (ships photographs from NOAA) and illustration 9 (the engraving of CSS Georgia) are courtesy of the Naval Historical Center. Maps 2, 4, and 7 are from Gustav Feiberger's atlas published by the United States Military Academy in 1923. The prison photographs of Thomas Wragg, Illustrations 1, 23, and 24, are carte-devisites by J. W. Black, Boston, Massachusetts. Illustration 33 of Jesse Cooper is a photograph by Genelli, 928 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. Illustrations 34 (E. C. Love) and 35 (Sen. Dismukes) are from J. R. Stanley's History of Gadsden County. Illustration 21, the aerial photograph of Georges Island, Boston Harbor, is from the National Archives. Finally, the source of the poem "Gather around your country's flag," which came from the heading of a Civil War era writing paper, is unknown.

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