VIDEO | Jake Wynn of the National Museum of Civil War Medicine joins this Civil War Trust War Department episode to talk about the museum's Clara Barton collection. The collection includes artifacts found at Clara Barton's office in Washington, DC, and a book containing the names of Union soldiers that died at Andersonville Prison.
Eric Leonard, Chief of Interpretation and Education at the Andersonville National Historic Site, discusses the Civil War's most infamous prison camp in this "short" from the War Department™ video series by the American Battlefield Trust.
Park Ranger Stephanie Steinhorst describes the conditions and hardships of prisoners of war during the American Civil War. This video is part of the American Battlefield Trust's In4 video series, which presents short videos on basic Civil War topics.
Garry Adelman and Douglas Ullman, Jr. meet with Wayne Motts of The National Civil War Museum to look at artifacts owned by Captain Henry Fuller, who was killed in The Battle of Gettysburg. Adelman and Small also visit the site where Fuller took his final breaths.
Historian Pete Carmichael describes the process of finding, burying, and reburying the dead after battles. He also discusses the significance of having a “decent burial,” and efforts to lay soldiers to rest in military cemeteries in the years after the war. This video is part of the American Battlefield Trust's In4 video series, which presents short videos on basic Civil War topics.
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