Prisoners and Prisons
  • Abbott, Horace R. My escape from Belle Isle / a paper prepared and read before the Michigan Commandry of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States December 5, 1889 by Horace R. Abbott. Detroit, Mich. : Winn & Hammond, 1889.
     
  • Boggs, Samuel S. 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. Lovington, Ill., 1889.
     
  • Browne, Junius Henri, 1833-1902. Four years in Secessia : adventure s within and beyond the Union lines embracing a great variety of facts, incidents, and romance of the war ... / by Junius Henri Browne. Detroit : W.H. Davis, 1866 , c1865.
     
  • Burson, William, 1833- A race for liberty; or, My capture, imprisonment, and escape. By William Burson, of Company A, 32nd regiment. O.V.I. With and introduction by W. B. Derrick... Wellsville, O., W. G Foster, printer, 1867.
     
  • Cooper, A. (Alonzo), 1830-1919. In and out of rebel prisons / by A. Cooper. Alexandria, Va. : Time-Life Books, 1893. Includes index.
     
  • Dowling, Morgan E. Southern prisons: or Josie the heroine of Florence. Four years of battle and imprisonment. Richmond, Atlanta, Belle Isle, Andersonville and Florence, a complete history of all southern prisons... [S.l., s.n., n.d.]
     
  • Freeman, Douglas Southall, 1886-1953. Lee's lieutenants, a study in command, by Douglas Southall Freeman. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1942-44. Includes "Select critical bibliography" and "short-title index".
     
  • Frohman, Charles E. Rebels on Lake Erie, by Charles E. Frohman. Columbus, Ohio Historical Society, 1965. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Greacen, James. Fourteen months and ten days as a prisoner of war during the Rebellion : "life in southern prisons" / by James Greacen, Kalkaska, Michigan. [Kalkaska? Mich. : J. Greacen? 190-?]
     
  • Harris, Samuel, 1836-1920. Michigan brigade of cavalry at the battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, under command of Brig.-Gen. Geo. A. Custer, by Samuel Harris. Delivered at the annual reunion of Co. A, 5th Michigan cavalry, held at Cass City, Michigan, June 14, 1894. [Chicago, The author, 1894]
     
  • Harris, Samuel, 1836-1920. Michigan brigade of cavalry at the battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, under command of Brig.-Gen. Geo. A. Custer / Samuel Harris. [Grand Rapids, Mi.] : Custer Ephemera Society, 1973.
     
  • Harris, Samuel, 1836-1920. Michigan brigade of cavalry at the battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, under command of Brig.-Gen. Geo. A. Custer / Samuel Harris. [Rochester, Mich. ] : Rochester Historical Commission, 1987.
     
  • Harris, Samuel, 1836-1920. Personal reminiscences of Samuel Harris. Chicago, The Rogerson Press, 1897.
     
  • Howard, F. K. (Frank Key), 1826-1872. Fourteen months in American bastiles. Baltimore, Kelly, Hedian & Piet, 1863.
     
  • Keen, Joseph S. Experiences in rebel military prisons at Richmond, Danville, Andersonville, and escape from Andersonville / a paper prepared and read June 24th, 1890, before Detroit Post No. 384, G.A.R. by Comrade Joseph S. Keene. Detroit : Detroit Free Press 1890.
     
  • Keiley, Anthony M., 1835-1905. In vinculis; or, The prisoner of war. Being, the experience of a Rebel in two federal pens, interspersed with reminiscences of the late war; anecdotes of southern generals, etc. By a Virginia Confederate. Petersburg, Va., "Daily index" office, 1866.
     
  • Kellogg, John Azor, 1828-1883. ... Capture and escape; a narrative of army and prison life, by John Azor Kellogg ... [Madison] Wisconsin history commission, 1908.
     
  • Kellogg, Robert H. 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 ... Prepared from his daily journal. To which is added as full sketches of other prisons as can be given without repetition of the above, by parties who have been confined therein .... Hartford, Conn., L. Stebbins, 1865.
     
  • Lyon, William\ Franklin, 1842- In and out of Andersonville prison, by W. F. Lyon ... Detroit, Mich., G. Harland co., 1905.
     
  • Maile, John Levi, 1844- "Prison life in Andersonville" with special reference to the opening of Providence Spring / by John L. Maile. Los Angeles : Grafton, 1912.
     
  • McElroy, John, 1846-1929. Andersonville : a story of rebel military prisons, fifteen months a guest of the so-called southern confederacy. A private soldier's experience in Richmond, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Blackshear, and Florence. By John McElroy ... Toledo, D. R. Locke, 1879.
     
  • McElroy, John, 1846-1929. Andersonville : a story of rebel military prisons, fifteen months a guest of the so-called southern confederacy. A private soldier's experience in Richmond, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Blackshear, and Florence / By John McElroy. Washington : National Tribune, 1899, c1879.
     
  • Michigan. Andersonville Monument Commission. Report of the Michigan Andersonville Monument Commission on erection of monument at Andersonville, Ga. Lansing [Mich.] R. Smith Printing Co., 1905.
     
  • Newlin, W. H. (William Henry) An account of the escape of six federal soldiers from prison at Danville, Va. : their travels by night through the enemy's country to the Union pickets at Gauley Bridge, West Virginia, in the winter of 1863-64 / By W. H. Newlin. Cincinnati: Western Methodist Book Concern Print., 1889, c1870.
     
  • O'Dea, Thomas. History of O'Dea's famous picture of Andersonville prison as it appeared August 1st., 1864, when it contained 35,000 prisoners of war. Cohoes, N. Y. : Clark & Foster, 1887.
     
  • Phillips, M. V. B., 1837- Life and death in Andersonville : or, What I saw and experienced during seven months in rebel prisons / by M. V. B. Phillips. Chicago : T. B. Arnold, 1887.
     
  • Praus, Alexis A. Confederate soldiers, sailors, and civilians who died as prisoners of war at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill., 1862-1875. Compiled with an introd. by Alexis A. Praus. Kalamazoo, Mich., E. Gray Publications [1968?] (Note: Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago.)
     
  • Ransom, John L. Andersonville diary, escape, and list of the dead, with name, co., regiment, date of death and no. of grave in cemetery. John L. Ransom ... author and publisher. Auburn, N.Y., 1881.
     
  • Ransom, John L. Andersonville diary, escape, and list of the dead, with name, co., regiment, date of death and no. of grave in cemetery. John L. Ransom, author and publisher. Philadelphia, Douglass bros. 1883.
     
  • Shriver, Philip Raymond, 1922- Ohio's military prisons in the Civil War [by] Phillip R. Shriver [and] Donald J. Breen. [Columbus] Ohio State University Press, for the Ohio Historical Society [c1964]. Includes bibliographical footnotes.
     
  • Swift, F. W. My experiences as a prisoner of war / by F. W. Swift. [S.l. : Michigan Commandery M.O.L.L.U.S.], 1888 (Detroit, Mich. : W.S. Ostler).
     
  • United States Sanitary Commission. narrative of privations and sufferings of United States officers and soldiers while prisoners of war in the hands of the Rebel authorities. Being the report of a commission of inquiry, appointed by the United States sanitary commission. With an appendix, containing the testimony. Philadelphia. Printed for the U.S. sanitary commission by King and Baird, 1864.
     
  • Wilson, John Alfred, 1832- Adventures of Alf. Wilson; a thrilling episode of the dark days of the rebellion, by John A. Wilson ... Washington, D. C., The National Tribune [1897, c1880]
     
  • Winslow, Hattie Lou. Camp Morton, 1861-1865, Indianapolis prison camp, by Hattie Lou Winslow and Joseph R. H. Moore. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society, 1940. Includes bibliographical references.

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