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Richmond Prisons, 1861-1862

Compiled From The Original Records Kept By The Confederate Government

by William H. Jeffrey

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - Civil War,
  • History,
  • History: American

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11940860M
    ISBN 101432651765
    ISBN 109781432651763
    OCLC/WorldCa156825314

    Abbott, Allan O. Prison life in the South - at Richmond, Macon, Savannah, Charleston and Andersonville, during the years and ().pdf Anderson, Edward. Camp fire stories - a series of sketches of the Union army in the Southwest ().pdf Andersonville Prison and National Cemetery - Picture and Monument Book, pdf Arnold, Samuel.   Textual Records: Letters and telegrams received, Telegrams sent, Post returns, morning reports, and guard reports, Issuances, Registers and descriptive books and rolls of paroled prisoners, Registers and rolls of exchanged prisoners, Registers and rolls of deserters and stragglers,

    Civil Prisoners, James L. Murphy - The Ohio Historical Society Transcribed into electronic format by Paul Clay. Formatted and edited by Marlitta H. Perkins Camp Chase was a major Union prisoner-of-war internment center at Columbus, Ohio, holding, in late September, , upward of prisoners. Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of Life in Dixie during the War - It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in : Emereo Publishing.

    Diary, Accession , Miscellaneous Reel 1 reel. Microfilm. Diary, , of Thomas Bragg (), United States Senator and Confederate Attorney-General containing detailed observations and opinions of the political events leading up to . Life and deeds of Dr. John McGregor: including scenes of his childhood, also scenes on the battle field of Bull Run, at the prisons in Richmond, Charleston, Castle Pinckney, Columbia, Salisbury, on the banks of the James River, his escape, his return home, the tragical scene on Dyer St., and the heart-rending scene at the City Hotel in.


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Parker, Sandra V. Richmond's Civil War Prisons. 1st ed. Lynchburg, Va.: Letter Book, 29 November –31 March Accession Letter book, 29 November –31 Marchpertaining to the exchange and treatment of Confederate and Union prisoners of war.

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Books: James M. Gillispie, Andersonvilles of the North: The Myths and Realities of Northern Treatment of Civil War Confederate Prisoners. Denton, TX: University of North Texas Press, Michael P. Gray, The Business of Captivity: Elmira and its Civil War Prison.

Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, William Best Hesseltine, Civil War Prisons: A Study in War. CIVIL WAR PRISONS - History & Genealogy - Prisoners - 70 Books on DVD CD - $ The Ultimate Collection Of Civil War Prisons Union & Confederate 70 - Books on 1 DVD It is estimated that oversoldiers, both Union and Confederate were taken prisoner during the Civil War.

Approximat of these prisoners would die from neglect, starvation, disease and. Richmond Prisons Compiled from the Original Records Kept by the Confederate Government; Journals Kept by Union Prisoners of War, Together with the Name, Rank, Company, Regiment and State of the Four Thousand who Were Confined There, William Hartley Jeffrey, Republican Press,page Live Oak: Democrate Book and Job Print.

Georgia. Confederate Pension and Record Department. Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 7 vols. Hapeville: Longino & Porter, Hartman, David W. Biographical Rosters of Florida's Confederate and Union Soliders 6 vols.

Wilmington: Broadfoot Publishing Company. – Richmond Prisons This entry was posted in Southern Historical Collection and tagged 1st Regiment of the Rhode Island Volunteers, casualties, David King, First Battle of Bull Run, First Battle of Manassas, photographs, prisoners-of-war, Rhode Island, Theodore Wheaton King, William Porcher Miles.

Confederate States of America Military Prisons. Estimate. 50, — 60, Most of the prisoners were captured in West Virginia or Kentucky. Not all were soldiers. A notable political prisoner was Augustus James Morey (No.

), who was paroled in October, (not as stated in the register) and "Didn't return-" Morey, editor of the Cynthiana, Kentucky, News, gave a highly colored account of his prison life and "escape" which may be found in. – Richmond Prisons This entry was posted in Southern Historical Collection and tagged 1st Regiment of the Rhode Island Volunteers, Albert B.

Penno, casualties, First Battle of Bull Run, First Battle of Manassas, Lucinda M. Hayne, prisoners, prisoners-of-war, Rhode Island, Richmond prisons.Lee Thomas Oxford is a Civil War historian and author. His book, The Civil War on Hatteras: The Chicamacomico Affair & the Capture of the U.S.

Gunboat Fanny, is published by The History Press. Lee is an authority on two Civil War “firsts” which took place in early October on the Outer Banks of North Carolina: the first Confederate capture of an armed Union vessel, and .Isham, Asa B., Prisoners of War and Military Prisons with General Account of Prison Life and Prisons in the South during the War of the Rebellion, including statistical information pertaining to Prisoners of War.

Cincinnati: Lyman and Cushing, Jeffrey, William H., Richmond Prisons, St. Johnsburg, Vt.: The Republican Press,