Conservatorship is a legal concept in the United States of America, where an entity or organization is subjected to the legal control of an external entity or organization, known as a conservator. Conservatorship is established either by court order (with regards to individuals) or via a statutory or regulatory authority (with regards to organizations).
Charles Caldwell McCabe, [October, 11, 1836, Athens, Ohio-December 20, 1906, New York, NY], also known as "Bishop" C.C. McCabe and Chaplain C. C. McCabe, was credited by Julia Ward Howe as having popularized her famous piece, The Battle Hymn of the Republic after his imprisonment as a prisoner of war by the Confederates in Libby Prison during the Civil War.
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