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Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865 2 0 Browse Search
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orm. . . . While I was there I demanded to have my rank recognized. I made several demands. I was used in every respect the same as private soldiers, only worse. . . . When I got to Millen an officer came to me and got my name, rank, and regiment. The officer commanding at Millen, Captain Bowles, put me in the stockade again and refused to put my name on the register, saying at the same time that I should never be exchanged. I left Andersonville on the 18th of November, I believe. H. T. Blecky, 112th Penn. Infantry was there in June, 1864, and testifies,— One colored soldier laid in the swamp with a wound in his abdomen, from which his bowels protruded; he was perfectly helpless, and the lice and maggots were literally devouring him. William Davis, First Mass. Heavy Artillery, testifies that he was at Andersonville and that— These colored soldiers that belonged to the 54th and 55th [?] Mass. regiments, who were prisoners there, were detailed to carry out the dead,