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In 1862, Annapolis became the main depot on the East Coast for Union prisoners released on parole by the Confederacy. The camps, and the Army regiments stationed in and around the city, changed Annapolis from a sleepy market town to an overcrowded city filled with thieves, murderers and prostitutes. Read about the men who came here to march off to war and those who returned, broken in mind and body from the southern prisons, whose last, best hope of freedom was Camp Parole in Annapolis, MD.
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