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Libby, Andersonville, Florence.

The capture, imprisonment, escape and rescue of John Harrold. a Union soldier in the war of the rebellion ...
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Libby, Andersonville, Florence. The capture, imprisonment, escape and rescue of John Harrold. a Union soldier in the war of the rebellion [ digital copy ] [ searchable full text copy ]. Eighteen Months A Prisoner Under The Rebel Flag: A Condensed Pen-picture of Belle Isle, Danville, Andersonville, Charleston, Florence and Libby Prisons from Actual Experience.

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Preparing old books for digital. Captives in Blue, a Florence. book of Union prisoners in Confederate prisons, is a companion to Roger Pickenpaugh's earlier groundbreaking book Captives in Gray: The Civil War Prisons of the Union, rounding out his examination of Civil War prisoner of war facilities.

In June ofonly a few weeks after the first shots at Fort Sumter ignited the Civil War, Union prisoners of war began to arrive in. An illustration of an open book.

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Get this from a library. Eighteen months a prisoner under the Rebel flag, a condensed pen-picture of Belle Isle, Danville, Andersonville, Charleston, Florence and Libby prisons from actual experience.

[Samuel S Boggs]. But what's even cooler is that the OverDrive-created and owned Libby app lets you borrow e-books, audiobooks, music, and more for free.

Time Magazine's Best iPhone and Android Apps of Put your local library in your pocket with Libby, an ebook- and audiobook-borrowing app with a wealth of literary offerings available on demand. Samuel Boggs was a Civil War Union soldier who spent 18 months as a Confederate prisoner at Belle Isle, Danville, Andersonville, Charleston, Florence and Libby.

In his book, ‘Eighteen Months a Prisoner Under the Rebel Flag,’ Boggs detailed his time in prison holding back the worst atrocities in order to preserve his credibility, while. Get this from a library. Eighteen months a prisoner under the Rebel flag; a condensed pen-picture of Belle Isle, Danville, Andersonville, Charleston, Florence and Libby prisons, from actual experence.

[Samuel S Boggs]. THE PRISON CAMP AT ANDERSONVILLE Included in this book are short histories of the other Civil War prison camps and entries from the diaries of some of the prisoners. In the very beginning of the Civil War, prisoners of war were exchanged right on the battlefield, a private for a private, a sergeant for a sergeant and a captain for a captain.

A video tutorial on how to use Libby is below: Jasmine has a help section to assist with downloading ebooks and audiobooks. In addition, the library offers thirty-minute drop-in appointments in how to download and use e-books and downloadable audiobooks with various smart devices.

At many prisons, such as Andersonville, Camp Lawton, Camp Douglas, and Florence, the deadline was a low rail fence. At the stockade on Morris Island near Charleston, the deadline was a series of stakes with rope tied between them.

At Belle Isle it was an embankment and trench. At several of the coastal fortifications, a deadline was not. Want to Learn More. The following books are suggested reading for additional insights into the Civil War and its key battles: William Marvel, Andersonville: The Last Depot (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ), Ovid L.

Futch, History of Andersonville Prison (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, ; reprint ), Paul J. Springer, America’s Captives: Treatment of. Over the dead line; or, Tracked by blood-hounds; giving the author's personal experience during eleven months that he was confined in Pemberton, Libby, Belle Island, Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S.C., as a prisoner of war.

Chronicles from the diary of a war prisoner in Andersonville and other military prisons of the South in Seller Rating: % positive. 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 (Book). By the end of July, Conklin found himself a captive at the Confederates’ Camp Sumter prison camp in Andersonville, Ga.

An unfortun or so Union prisoners would die at the notorious Andersonville while it was open, but Conklin survived not only a five-month stay there but also the war.

He would, in fact, live another 65 years. Between the end of February, when the prison was established, and Septem a total of 9, prisoners had died, or percent of those who had been confined at Andersonville.

The death register listed the greatest killer as diarrhea (3, deaths) and dysentery ( deaths). Samuel Boggs was a Civil War Union soldier who spent 18 months as a Confederate prisoner at Belle Isle, Danville, Andersonville, Charleston, Florence and Libby.

In his book, ‘Eighteen Months a Prisoner Under the Rebel Flag,’ Boggs detailed his time in prison holding back the worst atrocities in order to preserve his credibility, while Seller Rating: % positive. Offer good for one item at regular price only. Limit one coupon per customer per day.

Must present coupon at time of purchase. Offer is not valid with any other discount or previous purchase. The Civil War Diary of Asberry C. Stephen, transcription and editing by Oscar F. Curtis. Bloomington, Ind.: Monroe County Indiana Historical Society, MNHS call number: EA5 S85 Eighteen Months a Prisoner Under the Rebel Flag; A Condensed Pen-picture of Belle Isle, Danville, Andersonville, Charleston, Florence and Libby Prisons, from Actual Experience, by Samuel S.

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Boggs. Camp Florence was located in Florence County, South Carolina and was one of the largest Southern Civil War prisons. The prison was 23 acres in size and was enclosed by a wall of logs 12 feet high.

An embankment outside the wall stood three feet below the top of the wall and served as a. Samuel Elliott kept a diary at Andersonville and Florence -- I linked to it earlier in this thread. So he's a reliable source. I looked at the Pennsylvania census records for but found no Budwins, for what it's worth -- this is a name that could be misspelled in many ways -- and has been (Floren Badnine!

-- also not showing up in.The Andersonville National Historic Site, located near Andersonville, Georgia, preserves the former Andersonville Prison (also known as Camp Sumter), a Confederate prisoner-of-war camp during the final fourteen months of the American Civil of the site lies in southwestern Macon County, adjacent to the east side of the town of well as the former prison, the site.Hardcover with original bright blue cloth with title and design in gilt on front cover and spine.

Numerous vintage illustrations. Mr. Urban was a member of Company D, First Regiment Pennsylvania Reserve Infantry. His personal experiences inside Rebel prisons at Andersonville, Libby Prison - Belle Isle, Millen and Florence are graphically told.