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Prison Life Among the Rebels

Prison Life Among the Rebels
  • Author: Henry S. White
  • Publisher: Kent State University Press
  • ISBN: 0873384040
  • Page: 94
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Recollections of a Union Chaplain Henry S. White Edward Drewry Jervey. PRISON LIFE AMONG THE REBELS Prison Life among the Rebels Recollections of a Union Chaplain. This one 6RZ4 - P1Q - EEG7 This one 6RZ4 - P1Q - EEG7 and true friend.

Letters of Henry S. White reprinted from Zion's Herald, an indepdendent Methodist newspaper, originally published in 1864-1865, detailing his experiences as a Northern chaplain captured by the South and imprisoned for three months in Macon prison.


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Prison Life Among the Rebels
Language: en
Pages: 94
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Type: BOOK - Published: 1990 - Publisher: Kent State University Press

Letters of Henry S. White reprinted from Zion's Herald, an indepdendent Methodist newspaper, originally published in 1864-1865, detailing his experiences as a Northern chaplain captured by the South and imprisoned for three months in Macon prison.
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Language: en
Pages: 228
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Categories: History
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