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by Carolyn J. Mattern
Author: Carolyn J. Mattern
Publisher: Wisconsin Historical Society; 1st edition (May 1, 1981)
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by Carolyn J. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780870202063. Release Date:January 1981. Publisher:Wisconsin Historical Society.
Soldiers when they go by Carolyn J. Mattern, 1981, State Historical Society of Wisconsin for Dept. Soldiers when they go. the story of Camp Randall, 1861-1865. by Carolyn J. Published 1981 by State Historical Society of Wisconsin for Dept. of History, University of Wisconsin in Madison.
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Soldiers When They Go is a detailed chronological history of Camp . Camp Randall differed from typical training camps in that it was used for a short period of time as a Confederate prisoner-of-war camp.
Soldiers When They Go is a detailed chronological history of Camp Randall, a Civil War training camp located a mile and a half west, of Madison, Wisconsin. Mattern's history of Camp Randall is reminiscent of Bell Irwin Wiley's two classics.
Camp Randall is an historic . Mattern, Carolyn J. Soldiers When They Go: The Story of Camp Randall, 1861-1865. Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1968. Army site in Madison, Wisconsin, named after Wisconsin governor Alexander Randall, who served from 1858 to 1861. It was a training facility of the Union army during the Civil War, where more than 70,000 recruits were trained. The army also established a hospital and prisoner-of-war camp here. Thompson, Tommy R. "'Dying Like Rotten Sheepe': Camp Randall as a Prisoner of War Facility during the Civil War". Wisconsin Magazine of History, vol. 92, no. 1 (Autumn 2008): 2-13.
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