Prison Life in Andersonville


Read by Jeffery

(4.4 stars; 6 reviews)

A firsthand account of the deplorable conditions within the most infamous prisoner-of-war camp of the Confederacy. Though functioning only during the last year of the Civil War, nearly 13,000 of 45,000 incarcerated Union soldiers died under inhumane conditions. - Summary by Jeffery Smith (3 hr 6 min)

Chapters

Commendation, Dedication, and Person Forward 6:44 Read by Jeffery
Ch.1 - The Writer's Credentials 10:25 Read by Jeffery
Ch.2 - An Inside View of a Confederate Prison 10:18 Read by Jeffery
Ch.3 - The Prison Commissariat 23:56 Read by Jeffery
Ch.4 - A Dearth of Water 11:13 Read by Jeffery
Ch.5 - A Cry to Heaven 5:50 Read by Jeffery
Ch.6 - Unsealing of the Spring 8:40 Read by Jeffery
Ch.7 - Was It a Miracle? 17:25 Read by Jeffery
Ch.8 - Deliverance 11:47 Read by Jeffery
Ch.9 - An Incident by the Way 11:39 Read by Jeffery
Ch.10 - A Sequel 16:41 Read by Jeffery
Appendix A - Contributory Testimony 4:38 Read by Jeffery
Appendix B - Responsibility for Prison Treatment 6:09 Read by Jeffery
Appendix C - Woman's Relief Corps Memorial 15:26 Read by Jeffery
Appendix D - A Memorial Day Meditation 8:55 Read by Jeffery
Appendix E - Shall the Government Confer Permanent Honors on Confederate Heroes? 16:28 Read by Jeffery