Confederate Stockade Cemetery.

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Cemeteries, Military funerals, United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861
Other titlesAcquiring Confederate Stockade Cemetery
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16157414M

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Book Review: Federal Stewardship of Confederate Dead. Confederate Stockade Cemetery at Johnson's Island, Sandusky, Erie County, OH. (Library of Congress) Cobie Ray Johnson and Kim O’Connell. Federal Stewardship of Confederate Dead National Cemetery Administration E-book pages (including illustrations), July This is Confederate Stockade Cemetery on Johnson’s Island in Lake Erie, which contains the burials of Confederates, many of whom were officers.

This was the first POW camp established by the Union prisoners were held here throughout the ://   Florence National Cemetery was established in around a series of trench graves containing the remains of Union soldiers who died while held captive in the town’s prison camp.

During the final years of the war, the Confederacy held thousands of Union prisoners of war in hastily constructed stockades in northeast South ://   “The Lookout” statue stands guard over headstones of Confederate soldiers inside the Confederate Stockade Cemetery who died at the Civil War Prisoner of War Depot on Johnson’s Island Historic American Landscapes Survey, C.

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Photo, Print, Drawing Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery, Point Lookout, Ridge, St. Mary's County, MD Enlarge View 10 images in sequence. [ Photos from Survey HALS MD-7 ] Just a few minutes drive from the lighthouse is Johnson's Island where amid residential streets is the Confederate Stockade Cemetery.

The entire island Confederate Stockade Cemetery. book as a prison camp for Civil War Confederate soldiers between and   In this book, Rev. Ledoux, a board member of Confederate Stockade Cemetery. book Friends of the Florence Stockade (FFS), documents over 1, Union soldiers who died in the Florence Stockade.

The majority of the original records of the Florence Stockade did not survive the War Between the States, thus documenting those who died there proved to be :// Within Johnson’s Island, surrounded by mostly private residential property, lies the Confederate Stockade Cemetery.

It is located near Marblehead Peninsula on Lake Erie near Sandusky. The entire island served as a prison camp for Civil War Confederate soldiers between and Welcome to the Home Page of the Johnson’s Island Preservation Society for Ohio’s most significant Civil War site.

This web site provides listings of Confederate prisoners of war and Union guard garrison, the history of Johnson’s Island, and information on visiting the island and POW cemetery which overlooks Sandusky Bay in Lake   CONFEDERATE POWS MONUMENT, ON NORTH SIDE OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIER MONUMENT, and;THE LOOKOUTand;, REAR ELEVATION.

VIEW TO EAST. - Confederate Stockade Cemetery, Johnson's Island, HALS OHtif 3, × 5,; MB:Johnson's_Island. Colonel Shaw led an attack on Fort Wagner, a Confederate stockade blocking the entrance to Charleston, Virginia. He, Colonel Robert Gould Shaw was killed while leading a fierce but unsuccessful charge by his troops on the sand and earth parapets of Fort Wagner on Morris Island near Charleston, South Carolina, on J The only remaining evidence that there was a prison that held Confederate soldiers during the Civil War is the Confederate Cemetery where approximately prisoners are buried.

Additionally, the Rock Island National Cemetery is also located on the island, where the remains of at least Union guards are interred, as well as o   The Andersonville National Historic Site, located near Andersonville, Georgia, preserves the former Andersonville Prison (also known as Camp Sumter), a Confederate prisoner-of-war camp during the final fourteen months of the American Civil of the site lies in southwestern Macon County, adjacent to the east side of the town of well as the former prison, the site   Our convenient La Quinta Inn ® by Wyndham Sandusky near Cedar Point hotel keeps you close to all the action, off US In a city famous for carousels, roller coasters and water parks, the whole family will have a blast in this welcoming property near the shores of Lake :// /la-quinta-inn-sandusky-near-cedar-point/overview.

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The details are so ://   Phase III Archaeological Investigations of 38FL2, The Florence Stockade, Florence, South Carolina. Report submitted to the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, National Cemetery Administration, Washington, D.C.

by MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Knoxville, ://   VIEW FROM REAR OF CEMETERY LOOKING TOWARD THE WATER WITH FLAGPOLE. VIEW TO EAST. - Confederate Stockade Cemetery, Johnson's Island, Sandusky, Erie County, OH HALS OHtif 4, × 3,; MB Andersonville: The Civil War in Georgia I don’t recall when I first learned about Andersonville, the infamous Confederate prison in South Georgia, but it must have been in history class or in a book I read as a teen or young :// Confederate Prisoners Sailors and Soldiers Gratiot Street Prison, St.

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Confederate officials issued rations, but they were scant at best. In August population was at its peak with ab Union prisoners inside the ://   Civil War soldiers buried as Confederate may actually be Union it became a stockade for Confederate prisoners early in the war.

information indicating that a Columbus Confederate Cemetery   The establishment of the Confederate stockade on Johnson’s Island on Lake Erie led to the transfer of most of the officers to the book about Civil War prison mail.

This example is only a cover front. At one time it was owned Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery, Sons   Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery is located on Maryland Route 5 (Point Lookout Rd.), roughly two miles south of Scotland, MD.

The cemetery is open for visitation daily from sunrise to sunset. The cemetery is overseen by the Baltimore National Cemetery; its administrative office is open Monday-Friday from am to :// /maryland/   New book focuses on Confederate soldiers buried in Presbyterian Cemetery were members of the post-war "Immortal ," a group of Confederate   VIEW FROM REAR OF CEMETERY LOOKING TOWARD THE WATER WITH FLAGPOLE.

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