History and modern photographs from the prison site.
Union Civil War soldiers who died in Charleston, SC, were reinterred after the war in either the Florence or Beaufort National Cemeteries in South Carolina.
The only Confederate Prison that was located in North Carolina was in the town of Salisbury. The prison was established on November 2, 1861. Includes property plats, guard photos, paintings and descriptive text.
Compilation of 221 Confederate officer autographs from Johnson's Island prison.
Detailing conditions and treatment of Confederate soldiers in this Northern prison of war camp.
Once the site of the largest Union prison for Confederate POW's. Built after the Battle of Gettysburg, the prison held 52,000 Confederate unfortunates at one time or another during the waning days of the Civil War.
This site is dedicated to those men, women, and children who suffered while imprisoned at Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates from 1863 to 1865 in the state of Maryland during the War for Southern Independence.
Details about the locations that were used as prisons during the Civil War in Richmond, Virginia.
The final statements of each artillery, cavalry and infantry regiment, representing 28, 884 troops, of whom 2, 180 were taken prisoner and 601 died in prison.
An electronic edition of "Prison Life and Other Incidents in the War of 1861-'65," by Miles O. Sherrill of Catawba County, North Carolina.