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By Anthony Valentine, October 20, 2000
Battle of Limestone Station Marker
Tennessee (Washington County), Limestone — 1A 113 — Battle of Limestone Station
At a bridge here on September 8, 1863, the 100th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, engaged more than 1000 of General Alfred E. Jackson's men in a short skirmish. Out of ammunition and surrounded, the 100th was forced to surrender. Union casualties . . . — Map (db m83156) HM
Virginia, Richmond — Libby Prison ó “Hope was all that sustained many.”
Near this site, from about 1845 until 1889, stood the building that housed Richmondís famous Libby Prison. Originally built as a warehouse by wealthy Richmond businessman John Enders, Sr., a portion of the structure was leased prior to the Civil War . . . — Map (db m35933) HM

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