Browsing named entities in a specific section of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones). Search the whole document.
Found 62 total hits in 27 results.
Andersonville prison. Testimony of Dr. Isaiah H. White, late Surgeon Confederate States Army, as to the Treatment of prisoners there. [Richmond times, August 7, 1890,] Recently several articles have appeared in leading magazines and journals in the country agitating the treatment of prisoners at Andersonville and other Southern prisons during the late war between the States. In order that the true condition of this subject might be learned, a reporter for The Times called upon Dr. I
estion. And never has been a reason for not making the exchange?
Answer. It never has. Exchanges having been suspended by reason of disagreements on the part of agents of exchange on both sides before I came in command of the armies of the United States, and it being near the opening of the spring campaign I did not deem it advisable or just to the men who had to fight our battles to reinforce the enemy with thirty or forty thousand disciplined troops at that time.
An immediate resumption
Andersonville prison. Testimony of Dr. Isaiah H. White, late Surgeon Confederate States Army, as to the Treatment of prisoners there. [Richmond times, August
n of this subject might be learned, a reporter for The Times called upon Dr. Isaiah H. White yesterday, who was chief surgeon of military prisoners east of the Missi rs were for a time at Andersonville.
As evidence of the efficiency of Dr. Isaiah H. White in the position which he held the Medical and Surgical History of the Wa ers published by the committee of the House of Representatives show that Dr. Isaiah H. White, surgeon in charge of the prison camp, repeatedly called the attention o rts of the inhuman treatment of Federal prisoners by Confederate authorities, Dr. White said: It is not easy to see what purpose is served by the publication of thes for it to be based upon facts than fiction.
It is a well-known fact, said Dr. White,
that the Confederate authorities used every means in their power to se