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A List of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville

A List of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville

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Published by Tribune Association in New York .
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A list of the Union soldiers buried at Andersonville by Dorence Atwater,Tribune association edition, in English A list of the Union soldiers buried at Andersonville. ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Published inthis report provides a list of the dead at Andersonville, taken from Dorence Atwater's secret copy of the official Confederate records.

Dorence, a prisoner held at Andersonville for eleven months, spent much of his time held at the prison as a paroled prisoner, working in the hospital office as a clerk. List of soldiers, (prisoners of war,) belonging to Pennsylvania regiments, who died at the military prison, at Andersonville, Georgia, from Februto Ma Published: () Help support the programs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

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that were either part of the original artifact, or were. Book, Print in English A list of the Union soldiers buried at Andersonville Atwater, Dorence, New York, The Tribune association, viii, 74 pages 26 cm.

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[Dorence Atwater; Clara Barton; Tribune Association,; John F. Trow & Co.,]. The burial trenches used to provide a final resting place for the Union prisoners who died here during the operation of Camp Sumter in & form the bulk of the graves found in today's National Cemetery.

The dead were buried side by side, and each body was identified by name when possible and assigned a number. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War.

Other information on the site includes histories of Union and Confederate regiments, links to descriptions of significant battles, and selected lists of prisoner-of-war records.

"Report of an expedition to Andersonville, Georgia, July,for the purpose of identifying the graves and enclosing the grounds of a cemetery created there during the occupation as a prison for Union soldiers in rebel hands," signed, "Clara Barton"--Page [v]-viii.

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A List of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville by Dorence] [Atwater,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. A List of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville represented the conclusion of a saga for the Connecticut soldier that lasted more than three years and took him from the battlefields of the Civil War, to the conflict’s most infamous prison camp in Georgia, to Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office, with a stint in a New York state prison.

Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Taken from: "The soldier's story of his captivity at Andersonville, Belle Isle, and other rebel prisons". "This book takes into account only those on the Atwater listing"--Introduction.

Union soldiers in Andersonville prison / The rebel leader, Jeff Davis, at Fortress Monroe / Th. Nast. Andersonville Fort Monroe Georgia United States Virginia, Andersonville Fort Monroe Georgia United States Virginia, “The United States Colored Troops at Andersonville Prison” is the untold story of the black Union soldiers incarcerated in the infamous Andersonville prison.

Of theUS Colored Troops in the Union army and navy, only are listed on rosters at any Confederate prisons. Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 8 of Clara Barton Papers: Subject File, ; Civil War; Andersonville Prison, Georgia; "A list of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville.

Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 4 of Clara Barton Papers: Subject File, ; Civil War; Andersonville Prison, Georgia; "A list of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville. Andersonville. A List of the Union Soldiers buried at Andersonville (The Atwater List, off-site, can be downloaded, the Vermont list starts on page 65) Lamoille County Residents who died at Andersonville.

Nationwide Gravesite Locator. Vermont Memorial at Andersonville. Andersonville is a novel by MacKinlay Kantor concerning the Confederate prisoner of war camp, Andersonville prison, during the American Civil War (–).

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A secret list in the Civil War prison at Andersonville Last Updated on Aug While redeeming the souls of o of his fellow soldiers at the Civil War prison in Andersonville, a Connecticut man became one of the biggest whistle-blowers of his era.

Andersonville was a prison camp for Union soldiers during the American Civil War. The author uses the facts and some historical characters, blended with fictional ones, to tell the story of the camp and the wider war.

The story flows chronologically, but is interrupted by the life stories of several of those incarcerated/5. Andersonville: A Story of Rebel Military Prisons, Fifteen Months a Guest of the So-Called Southern Confederacy, by John McElroy (Gutenberg text) The Gray Book (), by Sons of Confederate Veterans Gray Book Committee (multiple formats at ) The soldier's story of his captivity at Andersonville, Belle Isle, and other Rebel prisons /.

Andersonville prison was the deadliest prisoner of war camp during the Civil War with a total of nea deaths. Over 40% of all Union prisoners of war who died during the Civil War perished at Andersonville It is now a National Cemetery, serving as a honored burial place for present-day on: Andersonville National Historic Site.

A list of the Union soldiers buried at Andersonville. Title within mourning border. "Report of an expedition to Andersonville, Georgia, July,for the purpose of identifying the graves and enclosing the grounds of a cemetery created there during the occupation.

Andersonville Prison: Union soldiers buried here. [James L Douthat;] -- Andersonville Prison, the very term caused Union Soldiers to shrink with fear. A prison that was designed to h prisoners, but at its height there were o held captive here.

Title Relics of Andersonville Prison from the collection brought from there by Miss Clara Barton and Dorence Atwater, Aug.,and photographed by Brady & Co.

for the great National Fair, Washington, June, / M.B. Brady & Co. National Photographic Portrait Galleries, No. Pennsylvania Av. Washington, D.C.List of Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville; Dorence Atwater, One of the most common question asked by visitors here at Andersonville is "The headstones are so close.

Are they symbolic? How could they be so close?" The biggest killer here at Andersonville was diarrhea caused by the polluted water supply.Champ Ferguson (Novem – Octo ) was a notorious Confederate guerrilla during the American Civil claimed to have killed over Union soldiers and pro-Union civilians.

He was arrested, tried, and executed for war crimes by the US government after the : NovemClinton County, Kentucky.