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Elmira Prison is located in South-central New York State. Confederate people were prisoners.
The Elmira Prison is known as "The Hill", is a maximum security state prison. The Elmira Prison was founded in 1876.
The Elmira Prison was a training and muster point early in the Civil War for the Union Army at first, but then it got turned into a prison.
In the Elmira Prison 2,970 of the 12,100 prisoners would die from a combination of malnutrition.
In my opinion the Elmira Prison helped and hurt our nation because it helped the soldiers train for the war, but it hurt soldiers because they were in the prison.
A lot of people died in the Elmira Prison, so they created a Woodlawn Nation Cemetery in 1877.
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