Andersonville. The relations of the "Confederate government" to federal prisoners


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    Open letter from Dr. Joseph Jones of New Orleans to Benjamin H. Hill, congressman from Georgia. Describes poor conditions at Andersonville (Ga.) Prison, used by Confederacy to house Union prisoners during Civil War. Special attention given to poor sanitary and health conditions at the Confederate Prison. Dated Jan. 17, 1876. Includes brief letter by Robert E. Lee on subject of Civil War prisons. Housed with Louisiana broadsides.
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