Collection: Stephen Griffin Collection >> The Prison Diary of Michael Dougherty : Union Survivor of Two Years...
The Prison Diary of Michael Dougherty : Union Survivor of Two Years Confinement in Confederate Prisons /
edited by James T. Navary.
|Main Creator:||Dougherty, Michael, 1845 or 1846-|
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Place of publication not identified : publisher not identified, 2016.
Reprint of the Bristol, PA : Charles A. Dougherty, 1908 edition.
Diary of the horrific conditions in Confederate prisons. Henry Wirz, the commandant of Andersonville, was tried for murder, found guilty, and hanged.
Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site.
Physical description: 88 pages ; 26 cm.
Other title: The Prison Diary of Michael Dougherty, late Co. B, 13th., Pa., cavalry. While confined in Pemberton, Barrett's, Libby, Andersonville and other southern prisons. Sole survivor of 127 of his regiment captured the same time, 122 dying in Andersonville
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GR P 718: Stephen Griffin Collection
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