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On March 25, 1889, Alvin N. Miller known as A. N. Miller. was laid to rest in Laurel Grove Cemetery (lot 151) nest to his wife, Sarah Jane McNish (who had died fifteen years earlier) Miller's funeral was a special occasion in Savannah history for it marked the end of an era many consider Savannah's "Golden Age." While Miller Lived in Savannah, he watched it rapidly develop from a small riverside community into a large industrial city. For example, the shipyards of Hutchinson Island produced what were the most powerful class of ships afloat to help handle Savannah's Prospering cotton trade.
Ross, Martin E., "Alvin N. Miller: A Biography" (1986). Savannah Biographies. 185.