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Professor of History in the College of the City of New York
A Union sentry at Libby in 1865—Confederate prisoners
Prisoners of war in fort Delaware, May, 1864: brave and Distin-Guished southneners in a Union prison.
Captain Hart Gibson (No. 4) was serving at the time of his capture as assistant adjutant-general on Gsoon promoted, served to the end of the war, though for a few months he was transferred west of the
Distant view of Belle Plain Camp of Confederate prisoners, May, 1864
This photograph was taken just after the Spotsylvania campaign, in the course of which Grant lost thirty-six thousand men in casualties but captured several t with little interruption to the end of hostilities in April.
Where five thousand Confederate prisoners lay encamped: a scene after the battle of Spotsylvania—May, 1864
On the heights above the hollow the Union sentries can be descried against the sky-line.
The cluster of huts on the right-hand page is part of the Federal ca