Prisoners of war during the American Civil War faced many hardships. They battled scarcity, disease, and more commonly, boredom. Some industrious prisoners took on all of these challenges by making, trading, and selling various trinkets or works of art. This video takes a look at many of these artifacts from the Museum of the Confederacy's collection and discusses how they testify to the spirit of men and the spirit of industry and commerce.
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