ELMIRA PRISON CAMP: A HISTORY OF THE MILITARY PRISON AT ELMIRA, NEW YORK, JULY 6, 1864 TO JULY 10, 1865; WITH AN APPENDIX CONTAINING THE LISTS OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS BURIED IN WOODLAWN NATIONAL CEMETERY. (Hardcover)
By Clay W. Holmes. 465+190 pages. 1912. New York. Illustrated. This edition contains a newly revised and corrected list of the dead at Woodlawn arranged By grave number and By regiment. "A reply to Southern complaints of mistreatment at Elmira; tries unsuccessfully to blame climate and homesickness for prisoners' suffering." CWB
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