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Cahaba Prison


Cahaba Prison, also known as Castle Morgan, was a prisoner of war camp in Alabama where the Confederacy held captive Union soldiers during the American ...

Cahaba or Castle Morgan Civil War Prison - Old Cahawba, Alabama


Cahaba Civil War Prison, also known as Castle Morgan, stood at the famed Alabama ghost town of Old Cahawba and held as many as 3000 Union prisoners of ...

Cahaba Federal Prison | Encyclopedia of Alabama


Oct 13, 2015 ... Castle Morgan Cahaba Federal Prison was a Civil War prisoner of war (POW) camp located at Cahaba, Dallas County, at the junction of the ...

Cahaba Civil War Prison - CensusDiggins


Cahawba / Cahaba Civil War Prison pow data, soldier databases, prisoner lists, links, photos, prison camp information and more.

Cahaba Federal Prison - Old Cahawba


Cahaba Prison and the Sultana Disaster: William O. Bryant ...


Editorial Reviews. Review. "Bryant deftly links the Cahaba and Sultana stories, bases his work on a variety of published and unpublished sources, and reminds  ...

Union Prisoner of War Records Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki


Cahaba Prison was located near Selma, Alabama, in the now vanished town of Cahawba, Dallas County.

Humanity and Hope in a Southern Prison - The New York Times


Apr 24, 2014 ... There was one remarkable exception: the virtually unknown Cahaba Federal Prison, 15 miles southwest of Selma, Ala. At Cahaba, the mortality ...

Cahaba Prison, near Selma Alabama - Leslie Family


Mar 26, 2002 ... Cahaba prison was named for the small Alabama town that lay nearby on the Alabama and Cahaba Rivers, not far from Selma. Built as a cotton ...

Surviving the Worst: The Wreck of the Sultana at the End of the ...


Photographic reproduction of a drawing showing Civil War prison in Cahaba, Alabama. Courtesy .... Bryant, William O. Cahaba Prison and the Sultana Disaster .

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Cahaba Prison - CivilWarPrisoners.com


Cahaba prison was located near Selma, Alabama, in the center of the now- vanished town of Cahawba which was the state capital of Alabama from 1820 to  ...

Cahaba Prison and the Sultana Disaster - University of Alabama Press


With a death rate of 5 percent, Alabama's Cahaba Federal Prison boasted a better survival rate than the notorious Confederate prisoner-of-war camps of ...

Surviving a Confederate POW Camp | HistoryNet


Jan 26, 2011 ... Survival in an Alabama Slammer: Inmates at the Confederacy's Cahaba Federal Prison had little more food and a lot less space than prisoners ...