Life & Death in Rebel Prisons - 1866

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The book, "Life and Death in Rebel Prisons: Giving a Complete History of the Inhuman and Barbarous Treatment of our Brave Soldiers by Rebel Authorities, Inflicting Terrible Suffering and Frightful Mortality, Principally at Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S.C., Describing Plans of Escape, Arrival of Prisoners, with Numerous and Varied Incidents and Anecdotes of Prison Life," by Robert H. Kellogg, Sergeant-Major of the 16th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Hartford, Connecticut, 1866. An interesting read, the title of this book says it all - a first-hand look at life and death in Confederate Prisons during the American Civil War. The book has approximately 424 pages and has a fully linked Table of Contents. The CD book is also fully searchable; you can search the book using the Adobe Reader 'search' function. Please note: This is not a paper book, it is a scan of the original paper book into the digital Adobe PDF format, written on a CD-ROM. You read this book on your computer using the free Adobe Reader software. It is a digital version of a hard to find book. If you could find a copy of the 1866 printed book, it would be very expensive.

 


This is a list of most of the individuals and places mentioned in the book:


101st Pennsylvania Volunteers, 103rd Pennsylvania Volunteers, 11th Connecticut, 11th Kentucky Cavalry, 12th New York Cavalry, 12th New York Infantry, 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, 16th Connecticut, 1st Massachusetts, 21st Connecticut, 24th New York Independent Battery, 28th Georgia Infantry, 35th North Carolina Infantry, 52nd New York Infantry, 54th Massachusetts, 5th Georgia Infantry, 6th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, 79th New York Infantry, 7th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, 7th Connecticut,
7th Pennsylvania Reserves, 85th New York, 8th Connecticut, 97th Ohio Infantry, Cahawba, Dallas Co., Alabama, Andersonville Prison, Lt. Barrett, Belle Isle. Prison, S. O. Belleajeau, D. S. Birdsell, George Bowers, Patrick Bradley, C. H. Brush, Hiram Buckingham, Capt. Burke, Lt. Col. Burnham, _____ Butler, Capt. Cady, Camp Lawton, Camp Ford, Camp Sorghum, Camp Sumpter, Sgt. Card, Sgt. Carmichael, Col. Chandler, Col. Chipman, Dr. Chisholm, Maj. Gen. Howell Cobb, James Cooper, James P. Cox, Col. Daniels, Jefferson Davis, Lt. Davis, Felix de la Baum, Lt. De Loyle, John W. Dickinson, John A. Dix, Chaplain Dixon, Walter Dixon, Alexander Duncan, James H. Duncan, John W. Dunn, Capt. Everett, Col. Fardella, Corporal Flower, David Fludd, Capt. Flusser, Gen. Forrest, Fort Gray, Fort Monroe, Fort Pulaski, Fort Wessels, Fort Williams, Maj. Gen. Foster, Dr. Garrett, John H. Gee, Georgia State Militia, Macon, Georgia, Millen, Burke Co., Georgia, Savannah, Georgia, Sumpter Co., Georgia, Sgt. W. Goodyear, Charles Grey, S. J. Griswold, Pierre A. Guy, Father Hamilton, Benjamin Harris, Capt. Hatch, ____ Hitchcock, Gen. Hoke, Holcomb's Legion, Maj. Gen. Hunter, Lt. Col. Iverson, Harvey L. Jewell, Capt. Johnson, Gen. Johnston, Joe Johnston, Robert H. Kellogg, Dr. Kerr, _____ Kilpatrick, Sgt. Lee, Howard Leedom, Col. Lehman, Sgt. Levaughan, Libby Prison, James Martin, Col. Minty, C. H. Moody, Jeffrey Moore, Raliegh, North Carolina, Salisbury, Rowan Co., North Carolina, Junius O'Brien, Mrs. J. B. O'Donnell, Dr. Orme, Robert Ould, Richard Patterson, Col. Pearson, Dr. Pelot, _____ Reed, Capt. Reed, Dr. Reeves, Salisbury Penitentiary, Capt. Sampson, Henry E. Savage, T. W. Scott, Sgt. Shephard, Blackstone, South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, Columbia, Lexington Co., South Carolina, Florence, Darlington Co., South Carolina, Spear's Cavalry, Edward M. Stanton, Gen. Steele, Dr. R. R. Stevenson, Dr. Strother, Tyler, Smith Co., Texas, Dr. Thornburg, Charles Tobias, Maj. Turner, W. W.Turner, Belle Isle., Virginia, Castle Thunder, Richmond, Virginia, Danville, Pottsylvania Co., Virginia, Libby, Richmond, Virginia, Pemberton, Richmond, Virginia, Maj. Gen. Wallace, Capt. Ward, H. W. Wessels, Father Whelan, Dr. Isaiah H. White, J. H. Wilson, Capt. R. B. Winder, Capt. W. S. Winder, John H. Winder, Capt. Henry Wirz, & Dr. Yarmony.

Do not miss the chance to get this great historical, family, and genealogical reference! Please note: This is a scan of the original book converted to Adobe PDF format and written on a CD-ROM.

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