The 1864 Diary of Union Civil War Soldier Sergeant Samuel E. Grosvenor: A first-hand account of the horrors at Andersonville Prison
by Timothy M. Jacobs


This is the transcription of Samuel E. Grosvenor’s diary from his time with the 16th Regiment, Company B, as they were encamped at Plymouth, North Carolina, and then taken by the Confederate Army and imprisoned at Andersonville. [more]

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