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ANDERSONVILLE DIARY, ESCAPE, AND LIST OF THE DEAD, WITH NAME, COMPANY, REGIMENT, DATE OF DEATH AND NUMBER OF GRAVE IN CEMETERY. (Hardcover)
By John L. Ransom. 304 pages. 1881. New York. "A superior, gripping acount; he author admits making several changes in the original edition; Ransom has a strong interest in securing...
ELMIRA PRISON CAMP: A HISTORY OF THE MILITARY PRISON AT ELMIRA, NEW YORK, JULY 6, 1864 TO JULY 10, 1865; WITH AN APPENDIX CONTAINING THE LISTS OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS BURIED IN WOODLAWN NATIONAL CEMETERY. (Hardcover)
By Clay W. Holmes. 465+190 pages. 1912. New York. Illustrated. This edition contains a newly revised and corrected list of the dead at Woodlawn arranged By grave number and By...
LIBBY LIFE: EXPERIENCES OF A PRISONER OF WAR IN RICHMOND, VA, 1863-64. (Hardcover)
By F. F. Cavada. 221 pages. 1865. Illustrated. "The best source for the human interest side of LibBy during its period of heaviest use." CWB
PRISON LIFE IN THE SOUTH: AT RICHMOND, MACON, SAVANNAH, CHARLESTON, COLUMBIA, CHARLOTTE, RALEIGH, GOLDSBOROUGH, AND ANDERSONVILLE. (Hardcover)
By A. O. Abbott. 374 pages. 1865. New York. Illustrated. "Based on a manuscript written while in prison; anti-Southern but generally factual." CWB CWPRPLH
RICHMOND PRISONS 1861-1862, 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. (Hardcover)
By William H. Jeffrey. 271 pages. 1893. St. Johnsbury, VT. Illustrated. "Contains a disconnected history of Richmond prisons, reminiscences (including one By an official of Liggon's Prison), and one describing...