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The wine was poured by the man whom all the Sioux lovingly call John (Dr. John P. Williamson) who led them in the burning revival scenes in the prison-camp at Fort Snelling in 1863.
Scarcely was the prison-camp, with nearly four hundred Dakota prisoners, three-fourths of them condemned to be hanged, established at Mankato, when Aunt Jane and her brother came to distribute paper and pencils and some books among them.
He spent the winter of 1862-3, in evangelistic work, among the Sioux, in the prison-camp at Fort Snelling, where 1,500 were gathered under military guard.
And the speaker would go on and tell of things he had seen: a Prussian officer who had shot a British surgeon in the back, after this surgeon had bound up his wounds; a commandant of a prison-camp who had withdrawn all medical aid in a typhus epidemic, and allowed his charges to perish like rats.

Examples of Prison-camp

Example #1
And as he referred to those thrilling times, their tears flowed like rain.
Example #2
The bread was broken by Artemas Ehnamane ("Walking Along"), who was condemned and pardoned, and then converted after that appalling tragedy in 1862.
Example #3
He ate the food and afterwards came with his son to give them thanks.
Example #4
The churches were scattered, the work apparently destroyed, but nothing could discourage Aunt Jane.
Example #5
An intense religious interest sprung up amongst them and continued for months.
Example #6
These were both destroyed in the outbreak two years later.