PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF JAMES WELLS, CO. “B”, 102ND OHIO INFANTRY

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Published by James Wells, San Diego, CA: 1908. Front eps, owner book plate—“R.A. Weaver”132 pp., ills. In red glazed cloth, 6.5 x 9.25”, with gilt cover lettering. Exhibits light wear at the extremities, and light stained traces along upper cover margin. Text is type-written [in different colored inks] and yellowed, while remaining entirely legible. Colorful memoir of a soldier who served as clerk of the Federal army prison in Nashville, and was later captured by Nathan Bedford’s Forrest’s cavalry, becoming a prisoner himself. Provides numerous details of captivity within Confederate Cahaba prison. Extremely scarce.   [jp]

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