|Title||Prison life during the rebellion. Being a brief narrative of the miseries and sufferings of six hundred Confederate prisoners sent from Fort Delaware to Morris' Island to be punished|
|Credit line||Gift of Louisa Booker Scott.|
"H.R. Booker" written on cover in pencil.
Section 1: Causes which led to the selection of the Six Hundred.
Section 2: Selection of the Six Hundred, names, date of capture, command, address, State, &c.
Section 3: Voyage to HIlton Head - incidents on the voyage.
Section 4: Sufferings in the Boat.
Section 5: Treatment at Morris' Island - situation, description, &c.
Section 6: Voyage to Fort Pulaski - treatment there.
Section 7: Voyage from Fort Pulaski to Hilton Head - treatment there - great sufferings - incidents - amalgamation, &c.
Section 8: Voyage to Fort Delaware.
Section 9: General remarks.
Booker, Hunter Russell, Sr.
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