What was the mortality rate in the worst Civil War military prisons?

Salisbury (north Carolina) had the highest mortality rate during the Civil War, at 33%. Next in order was Danville (32%),  Andersonville (29%), Elmira and (24%).
Source: Fall issue, The Civil War Monitor.

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