In 1934, the Woman's Relief Corps erected a monument for the eight states that did not have a monument at Andersonville, The War Department gave the WRC permission to erect the monument. The monument lists the following:
The monument was dedicated at ceremonies held on February 2, 1936. It is the most southerly in the first row of monuments located on the west side of the prison site and is the last monument erected at Andersonville by the Woman's Relief Corps.
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Around 30,000 Americans were kept as prisoners of war in and around New York City during the Revolutionary War. Most of these prisoners were held in warehouses, churches, and on ships in nearby harbors. An estimated 18,000 (60%) died as prisoners from 1775 to 1783. Of those, over 10,000 are thought to have perished on prison ships, most notably the Whitby and the Jersey.