An Alabama Boy in a Yankee Prison

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This is an autobiographical account of a young Confederate soldier from Alabama who was imprisoned at Camp Morton, Indiana. This is an excellent account in a very readable and succinct form. Wyeth was an early biographer of General N…
This is an autobiographical account of a young Confederate soldier from Alabama who was imprisoned at Camp Morton, Indiana. This is an excellent account in a very readable and succinct form. Wyeth was an early biographer of General Nathan Bedford Forrest. He was perhaps the leading doctor in America at his height and president of the American Medical Association. There is a biographical sketch of Wyeth by H. Rondel Rumburg.

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Author
John A. Wyeth, Co. I, 4th Alabama Infantry
Pages
40
Cover
Paperback, booklet

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