Cahaba Prisonby William O. Bryant
This is the story of the little-known prisoner-of-war camp on the banks of the Alabama River near Selma where 5,000 Union soldiers were interned during the latter part of the Civil War. After surviving imprisonment and a forced march overland to the Mississippi River, they were to die in the worst accident of its type in U.S. history -- when the Sultana steamship exploded in mid-river while transporting them back to their homes in the North.
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