Loss of the Sultana and Reminiscences of Survivors: History of a Disaster where Over One Thousand Five Hundred Human Beings Were Lost, Most of Them Being Exchanged Prisoners of War on Their Way Home After Privation and Suffering from One to Twenty-three Months in Cahaba and Andersonville Prisons

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D.D. Thorp, printer, 1892 - Steamboat disasters - 426 pages

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Not one that many would enjoy, but fits my genre of 'untold' stories of vast proportion. RW and I read article in Michigan History Magazine about Chester D. Berry and his story of the explosion of the ... Read full review

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This book should be read in every American History class and anyone studying the Civil War or interested in history. The Civil War is brought to life by the reminiscences of the survivors, in their own words. Chester Berry clearly explains the circumstances that led up to this disaster, honors the deceased and survivors. 

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