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SAVANNAH | A Civil War prison camp in southeastern Georgia is still yielding archaeological treasures a year after its discovery was revealed.
The latest artifacts unearthed at Camp Lawton outside Millen were displayed Thursday at a news conference at Georgia Southern University. They include a Union prisoner’s ring bearing his unit’s insignia and a payment token stamped with the name of a grocery store in Michigan.
Camp Lawton was built by the Confederacy to house about 10,000 prisoners of war. However, it was abandoned after being used for just about six weeks in 1864 before Union Gen. William T. Sherman’s army arrived and burned the camp.
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