CIVIL WAR Prisoner Boggs Under the Rebel Flag Confederate Andersonville. Samuel Boggs was a Civil War Union soldier who spent 18 months as a Confederate prisoner at Belle Isle, Danville, Andersonville, Charleston, Florence and Libby. In his book, Eighteen Months a Prisoner Under the Rebel Flag, Boggs detailed his time in prison holding back the worst atrocities in order to preserve his credibility, while maintaining there were more Union soldiers lost their lives by the Southern prisons than were killed in the battles of the Rebellion. This 1887 edition includes 12 illustrations with a red illustrated cloth binding. 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.
Collation: Complete with all pages. Coulter 42; I Nevins 186; IV Dornbusch 57.Binding: Softcover; tight & secure. 8.25in X 5.75in (20.5cm x 14.5cm). The item "1887 1ed CIVIL WAR Prisoner Boggs Under the Rebel Flag Confederate Andersonville" is in sale since Monday, March 9, 2020.
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