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Page 20 - Civil War "Widows' Pensions" at Fold3

Page 20 - Civil War "Widows' Pensions" at

exchange of prisoners from andersonville prison at rough and ready ...

exchange of prisoners from andersonville prison at rough and ready .

An illustration of Andersonville prison bears the caption, "Let us forgive. But not forget." Andersonville had the highest mortality rate of any Civil War prison. Nearly 13,000 of the 45,000 men who entered the stockade died there, chiefly of malnutrition.

An illustration of Andersonville prison bears the caption, "Let us forgive." Andersonville had the highest mortality rate of any Civil War prison. Nearly of the men who entered the stockade died there, chiefly of malnutrition.

Gr Gr Grandfather Samuel Ware died in Andersonville Prison during the Civil War in 1864.

Gr Gr Grandfather Samuel Ware died in Andersonville Prison during the Civil War in - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

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The Forgotten Cause Of The Civil War

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History of the One hundred and sixth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, 2d ... - Joseph Ripley Chandler Ward - Google Books

History of the One hundred and sixth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, 2d ... - Joseph Ripley Chandler Ward - Google Books

RARE Confederate Mississippi Rifle Cartridge Label Original Extremely Scarce.Extremely rare Confederate cartridge label. "Ten Cartridges, for Mississippi Rifle Cal. 54. Round Ball. Augusta Arsenal, GA. July 1864." This was originally affixed to a packet of cartridges wrapped in paper. It measures 2.5 by 1.75 inches.  It was found in a collection of Confederate Civil War ephemera collected by a Union post quartermaster who was stationed in Nashville, TN in 1865.

Rare Confederate Mississippi Rifle Cartridge Label. Original & Extremely Scarce

July This was originally affixed to a packet of cartridges wrapped in paper. It measures by inches.

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History of Andersonville Prison

History of Andersonville Prison

[Stockade at Andersonville Prison, Andersonville, Georgia] / Photographed and published by Engle & Furlong, Fernandina, Fla.

[Stockade at Andersonville Prison, Andersonville, Georgia] / Photographed and published by Engle & Furlong, Fernandina, Fla.

Andersonville Prison as seen by John L. Ransom, author and publisher of "Andersonville diary, escape and list of the dead," Washington, D.C. 1 print : lithograph ; 55.8 x 70.6 cm (sheet) | Print shows a bird's-eye view of the Andersonville Prison, with prisoner's tents, gallows for executions, and a stream for washing, surrounded by three rows of stockade fences and with artillery batteries of cannons at the corners; includes numbered key identifying prominent features

Andersonville Prison as seen by John L. Ransom, author and publisher of "Andersonville diary, escape and list of the dead," Washington, D. x cm (sheet)

Andersonville Civil War Prison

Photographic Images - Civil War Eyewitness Pictures - Andersonville Prison - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Andersonville: Confederate Death Camp

Myths of Civil War Prisons - Andersonville National Historic Site (U.

War Recollections of the Confederate Veterans of Pittsylvania County, VA

Civil War Dead of Pittsylvania County and Danville, Virginia

Civil War POW records at NPS.gov. Found my ancestor, who was imprisoned at Andersonville, GA, here.

National Park Service Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Database. Find you where your ancestor in the database and information about the battles their units fought. (Photo of cannon at Antietam National Battlefield)

Yanks, Rebels, Rats, and Rations,: Scratching for Food in Civil War Prison Camps - This is a slim booklet of almost 40 pages, but it gets into the details of what prisoners in the Civil War ate to survive in the prison camps.

Starvation at Andersonville Prison

Yanks, Rebels, Rats, and Rations,: Scratching for Food in Civil War Prison Camps

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