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Author Name    Little, R.H.

Title   A YEAR OF STARVATION AMONG PLENTY or How a Confederate Soldier Suffered from Hunger and Cruelty in a Prison of War During the Awful Days of the Sixties.

Binding   Cloth

Book Condition   Fine

Publisher   Waco Texian 1966

Inventory Number   022292

Cream colored cloth, 40 pp. 4" x 6". Originally seen in a newspaper in 1891, the author later published it separately, and this is a facsimile reprint. Little was in the 44th Alabama, Hood's Brigade and was captured in Raccoon Valley, TN. Prison life of a Confederate soldier at Camp Morton at Indianapolis. Very scarce.

Civil War, Texas, Prison, Military, Confederate, COG

Price = 100.00 USD



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