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Andersonville Prison

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To the memory of my brother, Edwin W. Niver by Emogene Niver Marshall( Book )

1 edition published in 1932 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

by Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Association( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Records include correspondence, meeting minutes, roll and roster books and other miscellaneous materials, primarily documenting the activities of this veterans' association and its members after the Civil War
by Andersonville Prison( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Records of Confederate prison hospital for Northern prisoners of war. Includes prison daybook, 1864; reports of medical section heads, 1864; admission lists, lists of patients, and hospital register, 1864; register of deaths. Also contains copy of report on Battle of Fair Oaks, Va. by Col. Stephen A. Dodge, 87th Regiment, New York Volunteers; and payroll and muster roll for Company C, 36th Regiment, North Carolina Troop, 1863
Lawrence Countians in the Civil War( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contents include a historical account of the Andersonville and Libby prisons during and after the Civil War; an explanation of the operational organization of the army; a brief narrative concerning Houston Cantwell, a soldier from the 63rd regiment; a copy of a letter by A.H. Gould written to his brother; and two copies of John Edward Piper's discharge papers
William Albert Crouse papers by William A Crouse( )

1 edition published in 1864 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains a transcription of a diary kept by William Albert Crouse from May to August of 1864. It also contains a letter dated January 22, 1865, from Augustus H. McFarland to William's wife Margaret Crouse. The diary contains daily records of the weather, personal health, meals and general conditions inside Andersonville Prison. According to Crouse the prisoners' rations generally consisted of cornbread or corn flakes most days, but were occasionally supplemented by bacon or "old sow's belly." The diary also contains a catalog of clothing issued to Crouse before his imprisonment as well as a list of his debts and credits. The letter from Augustus H. McFarland details the conditions of William Albert Crouse's death in Andersonville Prison. He stated that Crouse died of diarrhea, but had lived in high spirits prior to his death. McFarland reassured Margaret that her husband's faith saved him, and that he was in a better world
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The soldier's story of his captivity at Andersonville, Belle isle, and other Rebel prisonsAndersonville : the last depotEye of the storm : a Civil War odysseyAndersonville diary, escape, and list of the dead : with name, co., regiment, date of death and no. of grave in cemeteryThe tragedy of Andersonville : trial of Captain Henry Wirz, the prison keeperThe true story of Andersonville prison : a defense of Major Henry WirzPrison life in Dixie : Giving a short history of the inhuman and barbarous treatment of our soldiers by Rebel authoritiesRed Cap
Alternative Names
Andersonville, Ga. Military Prison

Andersonville Rebel Prison

Camp Sumter

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