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Author Taylor, Victor E

Title The religious pray, the profane swear : Robert Loudon Drummond's survival of Libby and Salisbury prisons during the American Civil War / Victor E. Taylor
Published Aurora, Colo. : Davies Group, ©2012


Description 1 online resource (xiv, 166 pages)
Contents Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Robert Loudon Drummond: A Brief Biography -- Of War and Reconciliation -- History and Narrative -- War and the Politics of War -- Reminiscences of Prison Life and After -- God Against God -- From Farm Field to Battle Field -- R. L. DRUMMOND: PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF PRISON LIFEDURING THE WAR OF THE REBELLION -- Address, February 22, 1901 -- Let Albert D. Richardson speak -- LIST OF THE DEAD OF THE 111TH N.Y. INFANTRY CAPTUREDAT FORT HAYES OCTOBER 30TH, 1864, WHO DIED ATSALISBURY, N.C
Adolphus W. Mangum�s “Salisbury Prison�Letter from Drummond to Miss Juliet Le Roy Mangum -- Oration July 3, 1913Delivered at the reunion of the 111th New York InfantryUpon the Battle Field of Gettysburg -- Drummond Salisbury Address, 1914 -- Afterword
Subject Drummond, Robert Loudon, 1842-1919.
Drummond, Robert Loudon, 1842-1919
Libby Prison
United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 111th (1862-1865)
Libby Prison
United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 111th (1862-1865)
Prisoners of war -- United States -- Biography
Prisoners of war -- Virginia -- Richmond -- Biography
Prisoners of war -- North Carolina -- Salisbury -- Biography
Prisoners of war
Salisbury Prison (N.C.)
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Prisoners and prisons.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives.
North Carolina -- Salisbury
North Carolina -- Salisbury Prison
United States
Virginia -- Richmond
Genre/Form Biographies
Personal narratives
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781935790822