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The current special selection features books about the prisons of the Civil War and the men who occupied or ran them. The most famous (or infamous) was the Confederate prison near Andersonville, Georgia. There were of course many others, maintained by both the Union and the Confederacy. Some of the books below provide the first hand accounts of men who were in the prisons, while others provide a look at the Civil War prisons from a historical perspective. We hope you find something of interest.


Revised July 16, 2014

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  1. SOLD Adair, Lyle. They Have Left Us Here to Die: The Civil War Prison Diary of Sgt. Lyle Adair, 111th U.S. Colored Infantry. Edited by Glenn Robins. A chronicle of a Union Soldier's seven months in Captivity. 1st edition. Kent State University Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $19.95

  2. Adamson, Augustus Pitt. Sojourns of a Patriot: The Field and Prison Papers of an Unreconstructed Confederate. Edited with commentary by Richard Bender Abell and Fay Adamson Gecik. Adamson served in Company E, 30th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, seeing action at the siege of Savannah, campaigning in the Carolinas and Florida, wounded at Chickamauga, before his capture at Calhoun and imprisonment at Rock Island. Southern Heritage Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $26.95

  3. Blakey, Arch Fredric. General John H. Winder, C.S.A. Winder commanded Richmond and then was known as the "beast" of Andersonville Prison. University of Florida Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $29.95

  4. SOLD Boaz, Thomas M. Libby Prison and Beyond: A Union Staff Officer in the East, 1862-1865. A vivid picture of nine months of life in that converted warehouse - from diary and letters of a man who was there. Burd Street Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $24.95

  5. SOLD Boggs, S.S. - Eighteen Months a Prisoner under the Rebel Flag -A condensed pen picture of Belle Island , Danville, Andersonville, Charleston, Florence and Libby Prisons from Actual Experience.1887. Illus. 96 pages. Wrps, covers torn, in clamshell box. $50.00

  6. Booth, Benjamin F. and Steve Meyer. Dark Days of the Rebellion: Life in Southern Military Prisons. Meyer Pub. (1995). 261p. $24.95.

  7. SOLD Browne, Junius Henri. Four Years in Secessia: Adventures Within and Beyond the Union Lines: Embracing a Great Variety of Facts, Incidents, and Romance of the War. Including the Author's capture at Vicksburg, May 3, 1863, while running the Rebel Batteries . . . The author later escaped and made his way to the Union lines. Illustrated. Previous owner's name on title page. 1st edition. O. D. Case and Co., 1865. Brown cloth with gilt lettering, worn on edges. $60.00

  8. Bryant, William O. Cahaba Prison and the Sultana Disaster. The story of the little-known prisoner-of-war camp on the banks of the Alabama River near Selma where 5,000 Union soldiers were interned. After surviving imprisonment and a forced march overland to the Mississippi River, they were to die in the worst accident of its type in U.S. history. 1st paperbound printing. University of Alabama Press, 2001. Soft cover. $19.95

  9. Burnham, Philip. So Far From Dixie: Confederates in Yankee Prisons. The gripping tale of five men who were sent to New York's infamous POW camp, Elmira, and survived to document their stories. Taylor Trade Publishing, 2003. Dust jacket. $25.00

  10. Bush, David R. I Fear I Shall Never Leave This Island: Life in a Civil War Prison. History and study of Johnson's Island in Sandusky, Ohio, built in 1862 to house captured Confederate officers. Combines archaelogical investigations with letters of prisoners and their families. University Press of Florida, 2011. Dust jacket. $34.95

  11. Casstevens, Frances H. "Out of the Mouth of Hell" : Civil War Prisons and Escapes. Twenty-seven histories of men held in prisons - captured on the battlefield as well as political prisoners - rich in detail of the escapes and conditions inside the prisons. McFarland & Co., 2005. Pictorial casebound. $55.00

  12. Cheairs, Major N. F. I'll Sting if I Can: The Life and Prison Leters of Major N. F. Cheairs C.S.A. Edited by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes, Jr. A member of the 3rd Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Cheairs spent two years at Fort Warren and Camp Chase. Mountain Press, 1998. Casebound. $24.95

  13. SOLD Christian, Geo. L. Official Report of the History Committee of the Grand Camp, C. V., on the Treatment and Exchange of Prisoners. Wrps, cover loose. 1902. $35.00.

  14. Clark, Reuben, G. Valleys of the Shadow: The Memoir Confederate Captain Reuben G. Clark. Edited by Willene B. Clark. Recollections of a soldier who fought in the Vicksburg campaign, but later spent time in the Knoxville prison. 1st edition. University of Tennessee Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $26.00

  15. Cloyd, Benjamin G. Haunted by Atrocity: Civil War Prisons in American Memory. The first study of Civil War memory to focus exclusively on the military prison camps. 1st printing. Louisiana State University Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $37.50

  16. SOLD Connecticut. Dedication of the Monument at Andersonville Georgia, October 23, 1907, In Memory of the Men of Connecticut who Suffered in Southern Military Prisons. Bookplate of the Delaware City Library Association, gift of Robert H. Kellogg, former Andersonville prisoner. 1st ed. 1908. Blue cloth with limited library markings. $50.00

  17. SOLD Cooper, Alonzo. In and Out of Rebel Prisons.Reprint. Time Life Books, 1981. Blue embossed leatherette. $26.50.

  18. Davis, Robert S. Ghosts and Shadows of Andersonville: Essays on the Secret Social Histories of America's Deadliest Prison. Uncovers unknown aspects of life immediately before and during the Civil War. Corrects myths, misunderstandings and major mistakes that appeared in print and popular history. 1st edition. Mercer University Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $35.00

  19. SOLD Denney, Robert E. Civil War Prisons and Escapes - A Day-by-Day Chronicle New York (1993) First Edition $24.95

  20. Domschcke, Bernhard. Twenty Months in Captivity: Memoirs of a Union Officer in Confederate Prisons.Ed. and translated by Frederic Trautmann. Fairleigh Dickenson University Press (1987), 175 p. Dust jacket. $29.50

  21. SOLD Dufur, S. M. Co. B 1st Vermont Cavalry Over the Deadline or Tracked by Blood-Hounds (Burlington, Vt. : 1902) First Edition 283 pps. 200.00 Author's personal experience during eleven months that he was confined in Pemberton, Libby, Belle Island, Andersonville, Ga., and Florence S.C., as a prisoner of war. Describing plans of escape, arrival of prisoners, his escape and recapture. First Edition, 283 pps. (Burlington, Vt. : 1902) $200.00

  22. SOLD Estabrooks, Henry L. Adrift in Dixie: or A Yankee Officer Among the Rebels. Introduction by Edmund Kirke. Story of a lieutenant in the 26th Massachusetts Infantry regiment who was captured by Berryville and sent to Libby Prison and later escaped. Previous owner's signature with 1866 date. Missing back loose endsheet and minor staining. 1st edition. Carleton, Publisher, 1866. Dark embossed cloth with minor wear. $75.00

  23. SOLD Fetzer, Dale & Bruce Mowday. Unlikely Allies: Fort Delaware's Prison Community in the Civil War. 1st edition. Stackpole Books, 2000. Dust jacket. $24.95

  24. Unlikely Allies Fetzer, Dale & Bruce Mowday. Unlikely Allies: Fort Delaware's Prison Community in the Civil War. Certain there was suffering, injustice, and death at Fort Delaware. But a thorough examination of the facts simply cannot corroborate the tales of horror that have become the prison's legacy. Making use of the rolls, death rates, and other newly discovered primary sources at Fort Delaware, authors Dale Fetzer and Bruce Mowday paint a markedly different picutre of the prison: that a group of men and women determined to carve out a community, not only to survive, but to thrive in spite of the harsh conditions. It is a story of people whose lives were forever altered by war and, in an ironic twist of fate, were forced to live on an island with the enemy and remain at peace. 1st edition. Stackpole Books, 2000. Soft cover. $17.95

  25. SOLD Forbes, Eugene. Death Before Dishonor: The Andersonville Diary of Eugene Forbes, 4th New Jersey Infantry. Ed. by William B. Styple. Belle Grove Pub. (1995). 206p. Dust jacket.$25.00

  26. SOLD Frost, Griffin. Camp and Prison Journal. Camp Pope Bookshop, 1994. 315p. Dust jacket. $35.00

  27. Futch, Ovid L. History of Andersonville Prison. Details conditions that existed at Andersonville, how they were dealt with and who was responsible. Previous owner's address label on inside front cover. University Press of Florida 1972. Dust jacket. $25.00

  28. Futch, Ovid L. History of Andersonville Prison. Details conditions that existed at Andersonville, how they were dealt with and who was responsible. University Press of Florida. Soft cover. $19.95

  29. SOLD Futch, Ovid L. History of Andersonville Prison. With a new introduction by Michel P. Gray. Details conditions that existed at Andersonville, how they were dealt with and who was responsible. Revised edition. University Press of Florida, 2011. Soft cover. $19.95

  30. SOLD Geer, Captain J.J. Beyond the Lines - A Yankee Prisoner Loose in Dixie (1864) 285 pgs $115.00 Captured at Shiloh, tried before Bragg and Beauregard "on the most frivilous of charges" chained with negro chains and cast into military prisons and common jails, escaped, lived in swamps, aides by slaves, recaputred, imprisoned and later exchanged. (from preface)

  31. SOLD Genoways, Ted and Hugh H. Genoways. A Perfect Picture of Hell: Eyewitness Accounts by Civil War Prisoners from the 12th Iowa. A collection of harrowing narratives by soliders from the 12th Iowa Infantry who survived imprisonment in the South during the Civil War. The editors have collected the soldiers' accounts from diaries, letters, speeches, newspaper articles and rememberances. University of Iowa Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $42.95

  32. SOLD Genoways, Ted and Hugh H. Genoways. A Perfect Picture of Hell: Eyewitness Accounts by Civil War Prisoners from the 12th Iowa. A collection of harrowing narratives by soliders from the 12th Iowa Infantry who survived imprisonment in the South during the Civil War. The editors have collected the soldiers' accounts from diaries, letters, speeches, newspaper articles and rememberances. University of Iowa Press, 2001. Soft cover. $19.95

  33. Gillispie, James M. Andersonvilles of the North: The Myths and Realities of Northern Treatment of Civil War Confederate Prisoners. The first broad study to argue that the image of Union prison officials as negligent and cruel to Confederate prisoners is severly flawed. University of North Texas Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $24.95

  34. Gillispie, James M. Andersonvilles of the North: The Myths and Realities of Northern Treatment of Civil War Confederate Prisoners. The first broad study to argue that the image of Union prison officials as negligent and cruel to Confederate prisoners is severly flawed. University of North Texas Press, 2008. Soft cover. $14.95

  35. SOLD Gindlesperger, James. Escape From Libby Prison. Burd Street Press (1996). 254p. Dust jacket. $24.95

  36. Gray, Michael P. The Business of Captivity: Elmira and its Civil War Prison. A valuable and important study on a controversial issue - the treatment of prisoners of war. Kent State University Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $35.00

  37. Hall, James R. Den of Misery: Indiana's Civil War Prison. Story of Camp Morton. Pelican Publishing, 2006. Dust jacket. $25.00

  38. SOLD Hanaford, Mrs. P. A. Field, Gunboat, Hospital, and Prison; or, Thrilling Records of the Heroism, Endurance, and Patriotism, displayed in the Union Army and Navy during the Great Rebellion. C. M. Dinsmoor & Co., 1866. $75.00

  39. Hesseltine, William B., ed. Civil War Prisons. Essays written by noted Civil War historians on different prisons, such as Andersonville, Fort Warren, Rock Island, Elmira and Johnson's Island. 1st printing. Kent State University Press, 1962. Red soft cover. $12.00

  40. SOLD Hesseltine, William B. Civil War Prisons: A Study in War Psychology. Reprint. Ohio State University Press (1998), 290p. Dust jacket. $29.95

  41. Higgins, Joanna. A Soldier's Book. A novel of a Union prisoner of war. Author's first book. Permanent Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $24.00

  42. Hitchcock, George A. From Ashby to Andersonville: The Civil War Diary and Reminiscences of Private George A. Hitchcock, 21st Massachusetts Infantry. Ed. by Ronald Watson. 1st edition. Savas Pub. Co., 1997. Dust jacket. $24.95

  43. SOLD Hopkins, Charles. The Andersonville Diary & Memoirs of Charles Hopkins, 1st New Jersey Infantry. Edited by William B. Styple and John J. Fitzpatrick. Foreword by Roger Long. Records the horror of Andersonville by one of its lucky survivors - recounted in a colorful writing style. 1st edition. Belle Grove Publishing, 1988. Dust jacket. $45.00

  44. Horigan, Michael. Elmira: Death Camp of the North. Following ten years of reseach, this book follows the gross oversights and unconscionable inactivity of the Union prison's staff. 1st edition. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Stackpole Books, 2002. Dust jacket. $26.95

  45. Horigan, Michael. Elmira: Death Camp of the North. Following ten years of reseach, this book follows the gross oversights and unconscionable inactivity of the Union prison's staff. Stackpole Books, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95

  46. Jervey, Edward D. Prison Life among the Rebels - Recollections of a Union Chaplin (1990) First Edition $26.00

  47. Joslyn, Mauriel Phillips. Immortal Captives - The Story of Six Hundred Confederate Officers and the United States Prisoner of War Policy. The story is told through the personal letters, diaries and written testimonies concerning the Southern officers who were denied parole. Pelican, 2008. Dust jacket. $24.95

  48. SOLD Joslyn, Maurial The Biographical Roster of the Immortal 600. Compaion book to the Immortal Captives, includes histories of individual lives and military service records of the 600 Confederate officers who were placed in a stockade in Charleston Harbor and later Fort Pulaski. White Mane, 1992. Soft cover. $30.00

  49. SOLD Kantor, MacKinlay. Andersonville: A Novel. 1st edition. World Publishing Co., 1955. Cloth faded, spine loose. Dust jacket, chipped, missing pieces along folds, spine. $35.00

  50. Kantor, MacKinlay. Andersonville: A Novel. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. World Publishing Co., 1955. Dust jacket with several closed tears and small chips. $20.00 *

  51. SOLD Kirkland, Randolph W., Jr. Dark Hours: South Carolina Soldiers, Sailors and Citizens who were Held in Federal Prisons During the War for Southern Independence 1861-1865. After 15 years of research, Kirkland identified more than 11,200 South Carolinians held in captivity, drawing from more than 200 different sources. 1st edition. South Carolina Historical Society, 2002. Dust jacket, oversize. $85.00

  52. SOLD Knauss, William H. The Story of Camp Chase: A History of the Prison and Its Cemetery, Together with Other Cemeteries where Confederate Prisoners are Buried, etc. With a new introduction by David E. Roth. 1906 Reprint. Memorial edition. The General's Books, 1994. Dust jacket. $29.95

  53. Levy, George. To Die in Chicago: Confederate Prisoners at Camp Douglas 1862-65. Tells the story of this prison camp that became the largest Confederate burial ground outside of the South. Rev. ed. Pelican, 2008. Dust Jacket. $29.95

  54. Lewis, John H. Recollections from 1860 to 1865: With Incidents of Camp Life, Description of Battles, The Life of the Southern Soldier, His Hardships and Sufferings, and the Life of a Prisoner of War in the Northern Prisons. Lewis served in Pickett's Division, Army of Northern Virginia and was imprisoned at Fort Delaware. Reprint of 1895 edition. Morningside, 1983. Soft cover. $12.50

  55. SOLD Manakee, Harold R. Prison Camps in Maryland. Brief history of the various camps, including Fort McHenry and Camp Hoffman. With illustrations and drawings from actual prisoners of war. Wheeler Leaflet on Maryland History No. 21. Maryland Historical Society. Wraps. $5.00

  56. Marvel, William Andersonville: The Last Depot. Carefully researched and compelling revisionist account, a comprehensive history of the prison and conditions, based on reliable primary sources. University of North Carolina Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $17.50

  57. SOLD Mattern, Carolyn J. Soldiers When They Go - The Story of Camp Randall, 1861-1865 1981 First Edition 25.00

  58. McAdams, Benton. Rebels at Rock Island: The Story of a Civil War Prison. This volume separates truth from fiction in the story of the one of the Union's largest camps for Confederate prisoners. 1st edition. Northern Illinois University Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $35.50

  59. McElroy, John. Si Klegg: Si, Shorty and the Boys are Captured at Kenesaw and Taken to Andersonville. Book No. 7. 2nd edition revised and enlarged. National Tribune, 1916. Blue paper wraps with minor fading. $50.00

  60. McElroy, John. This was Andersonville. Edited with an introduction by Roy Meredith. The true story of Andersonville Military Prison as told in the personal recollections of John McElroy, sometime Private, Co. L. 16th Illinois Cavalry. Illustrated by Arthur Meredith, Jr. Fairfax Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $35.00

  61. SOLD Miller, E. Lynn. Fresh Fish: A Civil War Prisoner's Story. The story of a Confederate soldier, his capture and incarceration in a succession of Union prisons. McClain Printing Co., 2003. Soft cover. $12.95

  62. SOLD Missouri Confederate Deaths Union Prisons & Hospitals. Transcribed by Carolyn M. Bartels. Signed by Bartles. Wraps, oversize. $9.00

  63. Oake, William Royal. On the Skirmish Line Behind a Friendly Tree: The Civil War Memoirs of William Royal Oake, 26th Iowa Volunteers. Edited by Stacy Dale Allen. The story of an eighteen year old who left the family farm to fight in over twenty major battles and was captured and became a prisoner of war. Farcountry Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $26.95

  64. SOLD O'Brien, John. Things Grew Beautifully Worse: The Wartime Experiences of Captain John O'Brien, 30th Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A. Edited by Brian K. Robertson. Includes his recollections while a prisoner in several Union prisons. The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, 2001. Soft cover. $15.00

  65. Pickenpaugh, Roger. Camp Chase and the Evolution of Union Prison Policy. A careful, thorough, and objective examination of the history and administration of the camp will be of true significance in the literature on the Civil War. University of Alabama Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $35.00

  66. Pickenpaugh, Roger. Captives in Gray: The Civil War Prisons of the Union. Examination of Union prisons, the variations between the camps, and the overall prison policy, to determine what actually happened. University of Alabama Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $29.95

  67. Pittenger, William. Daring and Suffering: A History of the Great Railroad Adventure. Story of the Great Andrews Raid. Pittenger spent 11 months in prison. Originally published in 1863. Time Life, 1982. Blue leatherette. $15.00

  68. SOLD Powell, Ransom. The Civil War Memoirs of Little Red Cap: A Drummer Boy at Andersonville Prison. Edited by Harold L. Scott. 1997. Soft cover. $13.95

  69. SOLD Ransom, John L. Andersonville Diary, Escape and List of the Dead, with Name, Co., Regiment, Date of Death and No. of Grave in Cemetery. Author was with the Ninth Michigan Cavalry. 1st edition. Auburn, NY, 1881. $175.00

  70. Ransom andersonville SOLD Ransom, John. John Ransom's Andersonville Diary. With an introduction by Bruce Catton. One of the best first-hand accounts from the Civil War. Reprint. Paul S. Eriksson, 1986. Dust Jacket with small tears. $35.00

  71. SOLD Richardson, Albert D. The Secret Service, the Field, the Dungeon and the Escape. Eye-witness account of a journalist's capture, life and escape from a Confederate prision. 1st edition. American Publishing Co., 1986. Leather bound, with rubbed spine. $55.00

  72. Ripple, Ezra Hoyt. Dancing Along the Deadline: The Andersonville Memoir of a Prisoner of the Confederacy. Edited by Mark A. Snell. Story of a young soldier who survived. Presidio,1996. Dust jacket. $24.50

  73. SOLD Roberts, Edward F. Andersonville Journey. Burd Street Press, (1998), 278p. Dust jacket. $29.95.

  74. SOLD wirz Ruhlman, R. Fred. Captain Henry Wirz and Andersonville Prison: A Reappraisal. An analysis that will aid readers in reaching their own conclusions about the infamous prison warden and his his time at the most motorious Confederate Prison. Ruhlman goes beyond merely examining the trial of Wirz - which resulted in Wirz's execution - and presents his story and that of Andersonville in an engaging and thoughtful treatment. The University of Tennessee Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

  75. Sanders, Charles W., Jr. While in the Hands of the Enemy: Military Prisons of the Civil War. Provides a new view on the treatment of prisoners, demonstrating that leaders on both sides deliverately and systematically ordered the mistreatment of captives. 1st printing. Louisiana State University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $44.95

  76. SOLD Segars, H. H. ed. Andersonville: The Southern Perspective. Southern Heritage Press, 1995. Wrps. Journal of Confederate History v. XIII, $16.95

  77. Smith, C. A. Recollections of Prison Life at Andersonville, Georgia and Florence, South Carolina. Ed. by Steven Fenton. Written by a member of Crocker's Iowa Brigade, Company G., 11th Iowa Volunteers. Martini Print, 1997. Soft cover. $12.00

  78. Speer, Lonnie R. Portals to Hell - Military Prisons of the Civil War Drawing on scores of previously unpublished firsthand accounts, this book presents the prisoners' experiences in great detail from an impartial perspective. The first comprehensive study of all major prisons, both North and South. Stackpole, 1997. Dust jacket. $34.95

  79. Speer, Lonnie R. Portals to Hell - Military Prisons of the Civil War Drawing on scores of previously unpublished firsthand accounts, this book presents the prisoners' experiences in great detail from an impartial perspective. The first comprehensive study of all major prisons, both North and South. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $21.95

  80. Speer, Lonnie R. War of Vengeance: Acts of Retaliation Against Civil War POWS. A study of the little-known practice of reciprocal wartime violence, focusing on the most notorious and well-documented cases of the war, illustrated his claims with the first-hand accounts of numerous prisoners. Stackpole Books, 2002. Dust jacket. $22.95

  81. new immortal 600 Stokes, Karen. The Immortal 600: Surviving Civil War Charleston and Savannah. Story of the 600 Confederate prisoners of war who were transported to South Carolina and placed in front of two Union forts as "human shields" during the siege of Charleston and then later when many of the men were held at Fort Pulaski. History Press, 2013. Soft cover. $19.99

  82. Tennessee C. S. A. Deaths in Union Prisons. Transcribed by Carolyn M.Bartels. List from NationalArchives Microfilm. Two Trails, 1998. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  83. Texas Confederate Deaths in Union Hospitals & Prisons. Transcribed from National Archives microfilm by Carolyn Bartels. Signed by Bartels. Two Trails, 1997. Gray soft cover. $20.00

  84. Wheelan, Joseph. Libby Prison Breakout: The Daring Escape from the Notorious Civil War Prison. Tells the largely unknown story of the most important escape of the Civil War from a Confederate prison. 1st edition. Public Affairs, 2010. Dust jacket. $26.95

  85. Wisconsin. Report of the Wisconsin Monument Commission Appointed to Erect a Monument at Andersonville, Georgia with Other Interesting Matter Pertaining to the Prison. Includes a roster of Wisconsin soldiers buried at Andersonville and extracts from the trial of Captain Wirz. Signed by compiler, "Compliments of D. G. James" on inside front endsheet. Democrat Printing Company, 1911. Blue cloth with spattered staining. $50.00


 


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