Southern soldiers in Northern Prisons.
[from the Charlotte (N. C.) Observer, December 22, 1895.]
A very graphic description.
Experience at Johnson's Island and Point Lookout—Pickett's charge at Gettysburg—The cavalry fight at Boonesboro, Maryland.
The following graphic story of the life in Northern prisons during the war is from the pen of Mr. Albert Stacey Caison, a native of Fayetteville, but now of Jefferson City, Mo. It was written while he was a resident of Lenoir, from which place he went into the army:
In the Century Magazine for March, 1891, there is a touching account of prison life at Johnson's Island, and the writer, in speaking of his short stay at Point Lookout, after his release, says:
Thinking we had exhausted the capacity of prison life for harm, we were little prepared for the sight which met our eyes as we entered this place; but seeing these unfortunates, we felt that we stood in the presence of men who had touched depths of suffering that we h
Hotchkiss, Mrs E. D., 368, 380.
Howard, John, 176.
Howlett's House, Capture of, 192.
Hundley, General George J., 294.
I am dying, Egypt, dying; Death of its author, 82.
Index, London, cited, 202.
Invasion of Pennsylvania, 63.
Jackson's Soubriquet of Stonewall, 112.
Jackson, his dread of intoxicants, 333.
James, G P. R, 318.
Johnson Publishing Co., B. F., 1.
Johnson, General Bradley T. Oration in dedicating the Confederate Museum at Richmond, 364.
Johnson's Island Prisoners; plan to rescue them, 283.
Johnson, Major L J., death of, 172.
Johnson, Zack, killed, 106.
Jones, has. Edgeworth, 335.
Jones, Dr., Joseph, tribute to, 382.
Jones, D. D., Rev. J. Wm., 342.
Journal, Farmville, Va., cited, 94.
Kernstown, battle of, 130.
Kirkland's N. C. Brigade in 1864-1864, 165
Lamb, Colonel John C., killed, 191.
Landry, Captain R., Prosper, 202.
Last Battle of the War, 38.
Lee Camp, No. 1, C. V. The beneficence and influence of