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American Bastile : a history of the illegal arrests and imprisonment of American citizens during the late civil war     by John A  Marshall    Arc

Belle Boyd in Camp and Prison.      by Belle Boyd, 1844-1900   London: Saunders, Otley, and Co., 1865       vol   I     vol   2

A Captive of War.      by Solon Hyde (Hospital steward 17th Regiment , Ohio Volunteer Infantry),1900   Goo

The Captured Scout of the Army of the James: A sketch of the life Sergeant Henry H. Manning, of the 24th Mass ...   by Henry Clay Trumbull, 1869   Goo  

The Capture, the Prison Pen, and the Escape: giving a complete history of prison life in the...      by Willard W. Glazier, 1869   Goo  

Famous Adventures and Prison Escapes[L ibby} Prison of the Civil War   Arc      MBk

Four months in Libby: & the campaign against Atlanta (6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry)      by Isaac N Johnston,   Cinc. 1864   KDL

In Vinculis: Or, The Prisoner of War, Being the Experience of a Rebel in Two Federal Pens,...     by Anthony M. Keiley, 1866    Goo

A Letter to Hon. Charles Sumner, with "statements" of Outrages Upon Freedmen in explusion from Andersonville, GA      by the Ku-Klux Klan   Rev. Hamilton Wilcox Pierson, 1870   Goo  

Life and Death in Rebel Prisons: giving a complete history of the barbarous treatment of our...   by Robert H. Kellogg, 1865   Arc     Goo 

Libby, Andersonville, Florence: The Capture, Imprisonment, Escape and Rescue of John Harrold...    by John Harrold. 1870      Goo

Lights and Shadows in Confederate Prisons- A Personal Experience, 1864-5     by Homer B. Sprague    MBk

Memoirs of a Veteran who Served as a Private in the 60's in the War Between the States: personal...     by Capt. Isaac Hermann (served in 3 branches of the Confecderate Army), 1911     Goo  

My Story of the War: A Woman's Narrative of Four Years Personal Experience as Nurse in the Union...    by Mary Ashton Rice Livermore , 1890    Goo  

Prison life during the rebellion. Being a brief narrative of the miseries and sufferings of six hundred Confederate prisoners sent from Ford Delaware to Morris' Island to be punished.     by Fritz Fuzzlebus [pseud.] one of their number.    Pub. by the author.   by John J. Dunkle    Singer's Glen, Va.,: J. Funk's sons, printers, 1869    MoA

Prison Life in the South During 1864 And 1865.     by A. O. Abbott,  (Allen O.). New York : Harper & Brothers, 1865  Goo

Prison life in the South : at Richmond, Macon, Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, Charlotte, Raleigh , Goldsborough, and Andersonville, during the years 1864 and 1865    by  A. O. (Allen  )  Arc    Goo

The Prisoner of War, and how Treated: Containing a History of Colonel Steight's Expedition to the...    by Alva C. Roach, 1865    Goo

Prisoners of War, 1861-1865     by Thomas Sturgis, 1912    Goo  

Sketches in prison camps    by Charles C. Nott, of the New York Infantry Regiment, 176th (1862-1866)     A.D.F. Randolph, 1865   OpL

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…   HT

What I Saw and Suffered in Rebel Prisons.    by Daniel George Kelley, 1868    Goo

Andersonville,   by John McElroy   MBk   vol 1       vol 2       vol 3      vol 4    

Andersonville: A Story of Rebel Military Prisons, Fifteen Months a Guest of ...      by John McElroy 1879    Goo   MBk   OpL

The American P.O.W. experience.     The True Story of Andersonville Prison;     Goo  

Andersonville A Story of Rebel Military Prisons      by John McElroy   MBk  

Andersonville and Other War-prisons .      by Jefferson Davis, 1890   Goo  

Andersonville Diary, Escape, and List of the Dead: With Name, Co., Regiment, Date of Death and...     by John L. Ransom. 1883  Goo   

Andersonville : fifteen months a guest of the so-called southern confederacy. A private soldier's     by John McElroy, 1878    Goo    OpL

Dedication of the Monument at Andersonville, Georgia, October 23, 1907: In Memory of the Men of...      by Connecticut Andersonville Monument Commission, 1908   Goo

In and Out of Andersonville Prison.     by William Franklin Lyon. 1905     Goo

Libby, Andersonville, Florence: The Capture, Imprisonment, Escape and Rescue of John Harrold. a...    by John Harrold. 1870      Goo

Life and death in Rebel prisons: giving a complete history of the inhuman and barbarous treatment of our brave soldiers by Rebel authorities, principally at Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S. C - Kellogg, Robert H   Arc

Loss of the Sultana and reminiscences of survivors: History of a disaster...[deaths of prisoners on way home from Cahaba and Andersonville] By Chester D. Berry    Goo

Report of the Commission on Andersonville Monument.   .    by Francis C. Curtis, Levi G. McKnight, Thaddeus H. Newcomb, Charles Griffin Davis, Everett Southworth Horton, Massachusetts Commission on Andersonville monument.   1902   Goo  

The Soldier's Story of His Captivity at Andersonville, Belle Isle, and Other Rebel Prisons.   (Inlcudes names of the Union Soldiers who died at Anersonville)       by Warren Lee Goss  (2nd Massacjisetts Regiment of heavy artillery), 1871 .    Goo  

The southern side; or, Andersonville prison. Compiled from official documents by R. Randolph Stevenson, M.D. ... Together with an examination of the Wirz trial…      by R. Randolph Stevenson,   Baltimore,: Turnbullbrothers, 1876.   MoA

The Tragedy of Andersonville: trial of Captain Henry Wirz, the prison keeper.     by Norton Parker Chipman. 1911   Goo

Twelve Months in Andersonville: On the March--in the Battle--in the Rebel Prison Pens, and at...    by Lessel Long, 1886    Goo  

Andersonville Violets: a story of northern and southern life.   by Herbert Winslow Collingwood, 1888    Goo

Loss of the Sultana and reminiscences of survivors: History of a disaster...[deaths of prisoners on way home from Cahaba and Andersonville] by Chester D. Berry    Goo

The story of Camp Chase: a history of the prison and its cemetery, ...     Goo

Record of the Federal dead buried from Libby, Bell Isle, Danville & Camp Lawton Prisons, and at City Point, and in the field before Petersburg and Richmond.    by the U. S. Christian Commission, from reports of its agents.   by United States Christian Commission.   1866   HT

Camp Ford Tyler, Texas, C.S.A   [Prisoners and prisons 1861-5 ]    by Robert W. Glover, East Texas Historical Association   1998 OpL

Sketches in prison camps a continuation of Sketches of the war  [ New York Infantry Regiment, 176th]      by Charles Cooper Nott    1865   OpL

Prisoner of the Rebels in Texas the Civil War narrative of Aaron T. Sutton, corporal, 83rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry by Aaron T. Sutton   1978    OpL

Camp Groce (Tex.)  Sketches in prison camps a continuation of Sketches of the war   [ New York Infantry Regiment, 176th]     by Charles Cooper Nott    1865   OpL

Recollections of Alexander H. Stephens: His Diary Kept when a Prisoner at Fort Warren, Boston...     by Alexander Hamilton Stephens, 1910   Goo

Richmond Prisons 1861-1862: Compiled from the Original Records Kept by the ...    by William Hartley Jeffrey   1893   Goo   OpL

Tobacco Warehouse at Richmond       by William C. Harris  1862   Goo

Sketches in prison camps       by Nott, Charles Cooper    A. D. F. Randolph, 1865   OpL

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