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4 edition of Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, 1862-65 found in the catalog.

Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, 1862-65

and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., 1892.

by United Confederate Veterans. Illinois Division. Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago Camp No. 8.

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Published by Cohen & Co. in Cincinnati .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Camp Douglas (Ill.),
  • United States,
  • Oakwoods Cemetery (Chicago, Ill.)
    • Subjects:
    • Camp Douglas (Ill.),
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers of dead -- Confederate side,
    • Oakwoods Cemetery (Chicago, Ill.)

    • Edition Notes

      Cover-title: Appeal for monumental aid and roster of Confederate dead ...

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE616.D7 U5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination58 p.
      Number of Pages58
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6956097M
      LC Control Number05017222
      OCLC/WorldCa13144474

      From a marker some distance east of the monument: The Confederate dead here buried in concentric trenches were all private soldiers. The monument to their memory is of Georgia granite, stands forty feet from the ground to the top of statue and was erected in July with funds mainly subscribed by liberal citizens of Chicago and camps of the United Confederate . During the Civil War, more Confederate soldiers died at Chicago’s Camp Douglas than on any battlefield. IT WAS FEBRUARY , AND ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF CHICAGO, A SMALL CROWD GATHERED and watched anxiously as several thousand Confederate prisoners of war climbed out of a long string of the guard of Union soldiers, augmented by local .

      In The Confederate Mound was cleaned and re-mortared. Signage and plaques were cleaned of corrosion and restored as well. Historical Burial Place. It didn't start out where it sits today. Camp Douglas was the original site of the burials, it was located on land owned by politician Stephen A. : Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, . Ab soldiers died in prisons during the war, accounting for almost 10% of all Civil War fatalities. During a period of 14 months in Camp Sumter, located near Andersonville, Georgia, 13, (28%) of Union soldiers confined there died. At Camp Douglas in Chicago, Illinois, 10% of its Confederate prisoners died during one cold.

      Welcome to the official home website of Camp Douglas Memorial #, Sons of Confederate Veterans. Our camp is named after the Union prisoner of war camp that was located on the south side of Chicago. It is estimated from cemetery records and press accounts, that 6, Confederate soldiers died in the camp, and are now buried at Oakwood Cemetery. One section of Oak Woods is known as the "Confederate Mound". A foot monument stands alone, surrounded by cannon and cannonballs. Buried around it are an estimated six thousand soldiers and sailors of the Confederacy. Camp Douglas was a prisoner of war internment camp near the 35th-street estate of Stephen Douglas, named for the late senator.


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Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., by United Confederate Veterans. Illinois Division. Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago Camp No.

8Pages: Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., Hardcover – Octo by United Confederate Veterans Illinois Di (Creator)Format: Hardcover. To Die in Chicago: Confederate Prisoners at Camp Douglas is the first book to delve into the murky waters surrounding what was to become the largest Confederate burial ground outside of the South.

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Illinois Division. Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago Camp No. 8.,Cohen & Co. edition, in EnglishPages: Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library | HathiTrust Digital LibraryAuthor: United Confederate Veterans.

Alton, Illinois - Civil War Era - Confederate Prison includes a searchable database of Confederate Soldiers who died at the Alton Prison Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., scanned book at Indiana. (record group ) (bulk ) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history collected bound records of confederate executive, legislative, and judicial offices ("rebel archives") general records of the confederate government records of the confederate congress records of the.

This acreage was located south of Thirty-first Street and Cottage Grove Avenue. It was named Camp Douglas and was one of four large prison camps in Northern Illinois.

It was operated from until the end of the Civil War. In these camps, in the summer ofwere confined more t Confederate soldiers, distributed as follows.

Camp Douglas was originally used as a training camp for volunteer regiments, but with the large number of soldiers captured in the battles of Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, it was converted into an overcrowded holding facility for Confederate prisoners, rivaling that of Camp Andersonville, the infamous POW camp for Union soldiers.

Register of Confederate Soldiers who Died in Camp Douglas and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago Il (Complete roster of Name, Company and Regiment, there are 4, patriots listed in these pages) by Camp No. 8 United Confederate Veterans - () - Seller Rating: % positive. United Confederate Veterans.

Illinois Division. Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago Camp No. Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, Cincinnati, Cohen & Co. [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Confederate Veterans.

Illinois Division. Ex-Confederate Association of. Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., Douglas, Camp (Ill.) Camp Douglas (Chicago) Filed under: Camp Douglas (Ill.) Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., (Cincinnati: Cohen and Co., ), by Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago.

multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust. Last Friday (J ), I saw the "Confederate Mound" in the Oak Woods Cemetery where some 6, Confederate soldiers are buried--victims of Camp Douglas. I read this book for one purpose only: my Confederate ancestor survived this Union prison camp in Chicago and walked home to Mississippi at the end of the Civil War/5.

CSA, Company F, 41st Alabama Regiment Source: Register of Confederate Soldiers who died in Camp Douglas Originally buried at Chicago City Cemetery in grave # After the war he was exhumed and buried in a mass grave at Oak Woods Cemetery. United States Federal Census Name: Benjamine Blackburn. Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, 65 and Lie Burie Register of Confederate.

of Soldiers Confederate Register 65 and Burie Who Camp Lie in Died Douglas, Douglas, Lie Died in of Who Burie and Soldiers Camp Register Confederate 65. [ digital copy] Reel – 29 1; Register of Civilian Prisoners, Mar. June 30 A.R. 5; Register of Confederate and Federal 1 Soldiers and Civilians Sentenced, A.R.

6 Register of Prisoners Confined Under Sentence, A.R. 7 Register of Prisoners Confined, Discharged, Escaped, and Transferred, A.R. 8 Register. Series: Death Register of Prisoners at Camp Douglas, Illinois, - Record Group War Department Collection of Confederate Records, - Details.

Nathan B. Nesbitt (back row, 2nd from left), Company H, 55th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, CSA, and other Confederate prisoners at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, ca.

The "Selected Records of the War Department Relating to Confederate Prisoners of War, " (NARA M) is a collection consisting of bound volumes.

The records are of Confederate prisoners of war and political prisoners confined in Union prisons. They consist mainly of registers and lists of captured soldiers and civilians.

The records contain information .Currently, you will need to click on the link and download the book to your PC. These files are quite large and therefore are compressed .zip).

The user will then need to "unzip" the file first to be able to view the contents. Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas - The Union's "Andersonville" concrete5.Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., (Cincinnati: Cohen and Co., ), by Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago.

multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust.