By Carolyn Bartels-
Way back in about 1911 or shortly thereafter, the families and
the government needed to account for the thousands of missing Confederates who
entered Union prisons across the northern states. In the attempt a massive
undertaking was embarked upon to account for all these men by the prison
journals. The entire journal held some 26,000 names, a far cry from actual
deaths. We have extracted the men of Missouri from these records. The listing
includes arrangement by name, rank, regiment, company, date of entry, death
date and final disposition. Soft-cover.
EXCLUDED are Alton and St. Louis; For those see Joanne Eakin,
Prisoners of War; Gratiot Street etc.