U. S. Colored Troops sent to Salisbury Prison: Part 2
On March 21, 1865, the New York Tribune published the names of U.S. soldiers who died at the hands of Confederates at Salisbury Prison (North Carolina). The list covers only the period from December 1864-February 1865, and is incomplete. There are also some errors, especially related to the Black Civil War soldiers who perished while serving in the United States Colored Troops (USCT). For example, some of the regiment identifications are misleading. The men included in the article are marked with a ^ below.
The Roll of Honor, compiled in 1868 by order of the Quartermaster General’s Office, is another valuable source.… Read more