Crowded Camp Chase

Union prison Camp Chase, just west of Ohio’s state capital of Columbus, where some of the Rebs captured at Fort Sanders spent the rest of the war—or, in some cases, their lives.

Commissioned and non-commissioned officers got the wooden barracks (at left) while privates lived in canvas tents, in the distance (far right).

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About Dick Stanley

Retired Texas daily newspaperman
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