6 edition of The Civil War diary of Amos E. Stearns, a prisoner at Andersonville found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Leon Basile.|
|LC Classifications||E612.A5 S79|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||80065659|
"The War Outside My Window: The Civil War Diary of LeRoy Wiley Gresham, , Jan Croon, ed. (Savas Beatie, ). Hands down amazing. Winner of the Douglas Southhall Freeman Award, and Finalist, Indie Book Award for Memoirs. the most widely reproduced prisoner's account of Andersonville Prison is Michigan sergeant John Ransom's Andersonville Diary, which has appeared in several editions (and under different titles) since its original publication in Ransom was among the first prisoners brought to Andersonville and spent six months there.
Union Private Describes Raiders at Andersonville Prison. In , Robert Knox Sneden, a Union private and mapmaker, lived as a prisoner in the notorious Andersonville Prison. During his stay, Sneden kept a diary of the conditions and daily monotony of the captives. The Civil War Diary of Amos E. Stearns, a Prisoner at Andersonville by Leon Basile. The Civil War Diary of Amos E. Stearns, a Prisoner at Andersonville by Leon Basile (pp. ) Review by: Sarah Woolfolk Wiggins Book Notes. Book Notes (p. ).
Debilitating events could leave either more frail or more robust survivors, depending on the extent of scarring and mortality selection. The majority of empirical analyses find more frail survivors. I find heterogeneous effects. Among severely stressed former Union Army prisoners of war (POWs), the effect that dominates 35 years after the end of the Civil War depends on age at imprisonment. Andersonville Prison and Captain Henry WVitz' Trial. Plains, Ga.: United Daughters of the Confederacy, Stearns, Amos Edward. The Civil WVar Diary of Amos E. Stearns, a Prisoner at Andersonville. American Civil War, Prisoner‐of‐War Camps, Civil War. Before , Americans had never had to face the problem of internment of large.
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Amos E. Stearns kept a diary covering the period March, May, Over one-half of the book records pre-prison life while serving with the 25th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry. Of more interest, however, are those daily entries emphasizing the tedium of prison life; e.g., barely a day goes by he does not note what he ate.4/4(1).
Civil War diary of Amos E. Stearns, a prisoner at Andersonville. Rutherford [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London: Associated University Presses, © (OCoLC) The Civil War Diary of Amos E. Stearns, A Prisoner at Andersonville by Stearns, Amos Edward and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Civil War Diary of Amos E Stearns, a Prisoner at Andersonville by Stearns, Amos Edward.
The Civil War diary of Amos E. Stearns, a prisoner at Andersonville. Creator: Stearns, Amos Edward. This book explores the Andersonville Prison experience and examines the prison as an organization.
The Civil War Diary of Amos E. Stearns, A Prisoner at Andersonville by Leon Basile (Editor) Call Number: EA5 S79Author: Vanessa Wilcox.
Amos E. Stearns' memoir was published in as Narrative of Amos E. Stearns, A Prisoner at Andersonville. Civil War Diary of Amos E. Stearns, a Prisoner at Andersonville by Basile (Ed.), Leon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Basile Leon, Used.
During his imprisonment, Stearns kept a diary in which recorded his every day life as a prisoner of war. To prevent their liberation, Confederates transferred Stearns and the prisoners at various prisons in the northern regions of the South deeper into the Confederacy.
Stearns arrived in Andersonville on Cahaba Prison was located in Cahaba, Alabama, approximately ten miles south of Selma at the junction of the Cahaba and Alabama Rivers.
It was established in the summer of It was closed six to nine months later and the prisoners were sent to Andersonville. It was reestablished the last six months of the war. The prison was originally a.
Today, after years, our memory of Civil War prisons is dominated by Andersonville, and we often assume that all of these photos are of Andersonville survivors. But for Americans in earlyit was Richmond that was seen as the worst of the prison sites.
Amos E. Stearns memoir, Stearns, Amos, Andersonville Civil War diary [manuscript], University of Virginia. Library Experiences of Thomas Cheshire during the Civil War, Andersonville Prison.
Dallas Public Library, Central Library. Amos W. Avery. Civil War diary of Amos W. Avery of Illinois who served in the Third Missouri Calvary, Company I. The diary begins with a brief reminiscence back to Avery's enlistment in and has regular entries from January of until March of.
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Of more interest, however, are those daily entries emphasizing the tedium of prison life; e.g., barely a day goes by he does not note what he ate.4/5.
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