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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
tents, four men in each. We were guarded by the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts (negro) Regiment, commanded by Colonel Patton, of Philadelphia. I was told by Captain James Dunlap, a fellow prisoner, that this Colonel Patton's father was a silk merchant of Philadelphia, of whom Captain Dunlap had bought goods before the war. The sCaptain Dunlap had bought goods before the war. The stockade. The stockade was built of rows of pine poles, twelve or fifteen feet long, placed with the small end in the ground, and these were closely bolted together. On top was a parapet two or three feet wide, forming the pathway of the sentinels. Ten or twelve feet in front of the stockade was a row of pine poles. Through is, one stove served for ninety-six men. The quantity of fuel was very small indeed. We cooked by detail until we got 'round. There were six in our mess—Captain James Dunlap, Twenty-sixth Virginia Battalion, Echols' Brigade, Breckinridge's Division, captured at Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864; residence, Red Sulphur Springs, Va. Maj