Andersonville: The Last Depot

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Univ of North Carolina Press, 1994 - 337 էջ
Between February 1864 and April 1865, 41,000 Union prisoners of war were taken to the stockade at Anderson Station, Georgia, where nearly 13,000 - one-third of them - died. Most contemporary accounts placed the blame for the tragedy squarely on the should
 

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During the Civil War, Union prisoners were sent to a number of prisons, including Andersonville. The number of prisoners climbed exponentially and over 13,000 prisoners died. From lack of space ... Read full review

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I Find Me in a Gloomy Wood
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All Hope Abandon
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Then Spoke the Thunder
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A Deep and Muddy River
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But Yet the Will Rolld Onward
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Each in His Narrow Cell Forever Laid
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April Is the Cruelest Month
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Notes
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Bibliography
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Sources and Acknowledgments
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Index
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Էջ 319 - Five Months in Rebeldom; or, Notes from the Diary of a Bull Run Prisoner at Richmond. Rochester 1862 Merrill, AP (MD) Lectures on Fever.

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William Marvel's many books include A Place Called Appomattox, Lee's Last Retreat: The Flight to Appomattox, and The Alabama and the Kearsarge: The Sailor's Civil War (all from the University of North Carolina Press). He lives in South Conway, New Hampshire.

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