9 edition of Prison life among the Rebels found in the catalog.
by Kent State University Press in Kent, Ohio
Includes bibliographical references (p. -92).
|Statement||edited by Edward D. Jervey.|
|Contributions||Jervey, Edward Drewry, 1929-|
|LC Classifications||E611 .W5 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|ISBN 10||0873384032, 0873384040|
|LC Control Number||89039689|
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Life and Death in Rebel Prisons. Published as the war ended, this prisoner memoir is important because it is among the very first books to tell the Andersonville experience to a national audience. The book also contains descriptive information on other Confederate military prisons, written by men held at each of the locations. Libby, Andersonville, Florence. The Capture, Imprisonment, Escape and Rescue of John Harrold, a Union Soldier in the War of the Rebellion. With a Description of Prison Life among the Rebels - The Treatment of Union Prisoners - Their Privations and Sufferings. Philadelphia: Wm. B. Selheimer, 12mo (" tall), grey cloth boards, pp.
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Prison Life Among the Rebels: Recollections of a Union Chaplain Paperback – March 1, by Henry S. White (Author)Cited by: 4. Read this book on Questia. Prison Life among the Rebels: Recollections of a Union Chaplain by Henry S.
White, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Prison Life among the Rebels: Recollections of a Union Chaplain (). Prison life during the rebellion. Being a brief narrative of the miseries and sufferings of six hundred Confederate prisoners sent from Fort Delaware to Morris' Island to be punished.
This book, "Prison life during the rebellion", by Fritz Fuzzlebug, is a replication of a book Author: Fritz Fuzzlebug. » Subject» Civil War Era» Prison Life among the Rebels. pp ISBN Paper, $ “As a chaplain White was spared the worst horrors of Confederate prison life, but his experiences in Rebel custody were harrowing enough.
Books Sidebar. Prison life among the Rebels: recollections of a Union chaplain. [Henry S White; Edward Drewry Jervey] -- Letters of Henry S. White reprinted from Zion's Herald, an indepdendent Methodist newspaper, originally published indetailing his experiences as a.
Printed in MarchLife and Death in Rebel Prisons was one of the first of many Andersonville memoirs published over the next three decades” In Kellogg spoke at the unveiling of a monument dedicated to Connecticut prisoners of war Standing beside the bronze likeness of his younger self, the year-old veteran addressed the small.
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.
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.
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Books that are banned, controversial, and rebellious. It will remain Ralph Donnelly's legacy to Civil War history, and as a definitive reference work it will endure.
Allan R. Millett The Ohio State University Prison Life among the Rebels: Recollections ofa Union Chaplain. Edited by Edward D. Jervey. (Kent, Ohio, and London: Kent State University Press, Pp.
xiii, $ cloth; $ paper.). Get this from a library. Prison life among the Rebels: recollections of a Union chaplain. [Henry S White; Edward Drewry Jervey]. PRISON LIFE AMONG THE REBELS: RECOLLECTIONS OF A UNION CHAPLAIN Edward D. Jervey From November through June a remarkable series of letters appeared in Zion's Herald, a fiercely independent Methodist newspaper read widely throughout the New York and New England areas.1 The author, Henry Sumner White, was a northern Methodist Episcopal.
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First published init chronicles Marks’s international drug smuggling activities and his seven years in a US : Erwin James. 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.
Prison Life among the Rebels, Recollections of a Union Chaplain. Edited by Edward D. Jervey. SC - 92pp., Index. Archaeologists Reveal Secrets of Roman Prison That Held Both Christian Saints and Jewish Rebels The Tullianum dungeon, older than Rome itself, was where Romans locked up their worst enemies: from the Great Jewish Revolt leader to (supposedly) St.
Peter and St. Paul. 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 lifePages: Libby, Andersonville, Florence: the capture, imprisonment, escape and rescue of John Harrold, a Union soldier in the war of the rebellion: with a description of prison life among the rebels -- the treatment of Union prisoners -- their privations and sufferings.
Pages contain narratives of others. Prison life in the South: at Richmond, Macon, Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, Charlotte, Raleigh, Goldsborough, and Andersonville, during the years and Pages:.
Union Chaplain Henry S. White’s letters from Andersonville (included in Prison Life Among the Rebels) declared, “From forty to eighty men were dying each day, and the mortality afterward increased to as high as nearly two hundred per day.” Mortality on this level scarred the inhabitants of the prison and made the name Andersonville notorious.prison life among the rebels: recollections of a union chaplain by edward d.
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