Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hilton Head” in chapter 1.22, section c.1.22.59, page 143 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:
The prisoners were furnished with rooms, and were allowed the privilege of the vessel, so to speak.
We were guarded, of course, but by soldiers, not 100 day men. The Illinois touched at Hilton Head and took aboard the prisoners confined there.
We were told that the Federal authorities considered that we had been punished enough, and that orders had been issued for our exchange at Charleston, ...
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