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CIVIL WAR PRISONS

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Lux Nguyen

on 17 May 2013

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CIVIL WAR PRISONS by Lux Nguyen CAMP CHASE ~Named after Salmon B. Chase the governor of Ohio
~Lots o men died from freezing winters f
~Located 4 miles from West Columbus
~More than 7000 people were cramped into a space that only could hold 4000 people CAMP DOUGLAS ~At a rate of 10% 18 people died per day
~Located near Chicago
~Soldiers that were captured at the surrender of Fort Donnelson came to this camp
~Was also a training camp for union soldiers CAMP FORD ~Established on August 1, 1863
~Located 4 miles northeast from a town called Tyler
~Prisoners were realest on May 17, 1865
~250 to 300 people died from diseases CASTLE PICKNEY ~Built in the 1790s
~Located in Charleston, South Carolina
~One of the first civil war prisons CITATIONS http://www.east-buc.k12.ia.us/00_01/CW/jrm/jrm.htm http://www.kidrex.org/ Prisoners were not treated well. They were beat, killed, and forced into small cramped rooms with other prisoners. Many of the prisoners died because of disease, dehighdration, emancipation and frostbite. NORTHERN STATES SOUTHERN STATES California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin. South Carolina
Mississipi
Alabama
Georgia
6. Louisiana
7. Texas
8. Virginia
9. Arkansas
10. North Carolina
11. Tennessee
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