Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869

Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869

Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869
PRISON LIFE DURING THE REBELLION BEING A BRIEF NARRATIVE OF THE MISERIES AND SUFFERING OF SIX HUNDRED CONFEDERATE PRISONERS SENT FROM FORT DELAWARE TO MORRIS ISLAND TO BE PUNISHED WRITTEN BY FRITZ FUZZLEBUG One of Their Number FIRST EDITION NEAR FINE CONDITION Protected in an archival sleeve. Original, Clean, Antique, Wrap Booklet Rare Account of Confederate Prisoner of War Treatment Includes a Roster of the Confederate Immortal Six Hundred Prisoners PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH FUNKS SONS, PRINTERS, SINGERS GLEN, VIRGINIA, 1869 This original, first edition, antique wrap booklet is a rare, original account of The Immortal Six Hundred, Confederate officers, prisoners of war, who were confined in the stockade on Morris Island, South Carolina, under fire of our own guns shelling that island as Union forces used them as human shields; and who were subsequently starved on rations of rotten corn meal and onion pickle at Fort Pulaski, Georgia, and Hilton Head, South Carolina, 1864-65, by order of Edwin M.

Stanton, United States Secretary of War. It is the true story of their terrible ordeal of fire and starvation.

The book, written by one of the prisoners himself, presents a first-hand account of events dealing with the suffering and miseries of prison life during the late dreadful struggle for constitutional liberty. It presents full details and evidence of the maltreatment of Confederate soldiers. Contents: Causes Which Led to the Selection of the Six Hundred Select of the Six Hundred, Names, Dates of Capture, Command, Address, State, Etc.

Voyage to Hilton Head Incidents on the Voyage Sufferings in the Boat Treatment at Morris Island Situation, Description, Etc. Voyage to Fort Pulaski Treatment There Voyage from Fort Pulaski to Hilton Head Treatment There, Great Sufferings, Incidents, Amalgamation, Etc. Voyage to Fort Delaware General Remarks THIS WRAP BOOKLET IS IN NEAR FINE CONDITION This original, first edition wrap booklet is in excellent overall condition. The booklet is clean and complete with light edge chipping to the exterior wrap. The booklet comes protected in a clear, archival sleeve (see photo #4).

The binging is string sewn. The binging is tight, but part of the exterior wrap is starting to detach, but remains present and attached except for about of third or the rear wrap.

The pages are clean and there isnt a mark in the booklet. The pages have now markings on them. This is not an ex-library booklet.

The booklet contains a list of Immortal 600 Confederate prisoners. A very rare, original, first edition, uncommon items in nice overall condition.

BEING A BRIEF NARRATIVE OF THE MISERIES AND SUFFERING OF. SENT FROM FORT DELAWARE TO MORRIS ISLAND TO BE PUNISHED WRITTEN BY FRITZ FUZZLEBUG.

FIRST EDITION NEAR FINE CONDITION Protected in an archival sleeve. Original, Clean, Antique, Wrap Booklet Rare Account of Confederate Prisoner of War Treatment Includes a Roster of the Confederate Immortal Six Hundred Prisoners. PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH FUNKS SONS, PRINTERS, SINGERS GLEN, VIRGINIA, 1869.

This original, first edition, antique wrap booklet is a rare, original account of The Immortal Six Hundred, Confederate officers, prisoners of war, who were confined in the stockade on Morris Island, South Carolina, under fire of our own guns shelling that island as Union forces used them as human shields; and who were subsequently starved on rations of rotten corn meal and onion pickle at Fort Pulaski, Georgia, and Hilton Head, South Carolina, 1864-65, by order of Edwin M. Causes Which Led to the Selection of the Six Hundred Select of the Six Hundred, Names, Dates of Capture, Command, Address, State, Etc. Voyage to Fort Delaware General Remarks. THIS WRAP BOOKLET IS IN NEAR FINE CONDITION. This original, first edition wrap booklet is in excellent overall condition.

Be sure to add me to your. Get images that make Supersized seem small. The item "IMMORTAL CONFEDERATE SIX HUNDRED PRISON LIFE DURING THE CIVIL WAR 1869" is in sale since Sunday, June 9, 2019. This item is in the category "Books\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "books_of_valor" and is located in Burke, Virginia.

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Immortal Confederate Six Hundred Prison Life During The CIVIL War 1869


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