P. 49-50 Table I Black Prisoners Captured at Ft. Donelson
James, black. Co. H, 7th Texas Infantry. Property of W.D. Powell. Captured February 16, 1862 at Ft. Donelson. Remarks: Enlisted (in Federal service).
Sam (Samuel Hill), contraband. Co. H, 7th Texas Inf.. Property of J.S. Crawford. Remarks Exchanged via Cairo.
Nathan, contraband. Co. H., 7th Texas Infantry. Property of T.H. Cray. Remarks: Enlisted (Federal service)
Peter Calloway, negro. Co. D, 7th Texas Infantry. Remarks: Released unconditionally September 10, 1862 RELEASED WITH THE WHITE PRISONERS AT TIME OF EXCHANGE---MY REMARKS
Joseph Matthews, negro. Co. C 20th MS Infantry. Remarks: Release unconditionally September 10, 1862 SEE ABOVE NOTE
G. Blackwood, colored. Co. C, 3rd Tennessee Infantry. Remarks; None.
Isaac Wood, negro. Co. E, 20th MS Infantry. Remarks: Exchanged Sept. 29 62 via Cairo.
The yankees did not have a problem treating black Confederates as soldiers. And they were not segregated in the prison barracks.