Andersonville

Andersonville national park, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkMacon County, GeorgiaPresident Jimmy Carter, who had worked toward's Andersonville's inclusion in the National Park System, encouraged the State of Georgia to place a...Andersonville national park, Andersonville, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkAndersonville, GeorgiaAuthorized in 1903 and dedicated on 17 October 1907, the Wisconsin monument is located at the northwest corner of the stockade and more or less...Andersonville National Historic Site, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville National Historic SiteMacon County, GeorgiaPrisoner of War camps were not the place to be during the Civil War. Almost 56,000 soldiers died; in large part because neither the Rebs or the...Andersonville national park, Andersonville, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkAndersonville, GeorgiaYou are looking at what would be the main body of the prison, now just a field. This field has monuments thought along with a museum on the north...Andersonville national park, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkMacon County, GeorgiaIn 1907 the legislature of the State of Illinois authorized a monument in memory of the state's 889 known dead at Andersonville. The final design...Andersonville national park, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkMacon County, GeorgiaEscape tunnels were a common way of trying to escape. But Andersonville was miles away from any major town, and the large field the camp was...Andersonville national park, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkMacon County, GeorgiaThis prison was ready for battle. The surrounding area had enforcement's and prisoners were forced to help build embankments where confederate's...Andersonville national park, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkMacon County, GeorgiaDuring the war, 45,000 prisoners were received at Andersonville prison, and of these 12,913 died. The nature of the deaths and the reasons for them...Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville National Historic Site, GeorgiaMacon County, GeorgiaNational POW MuseumAndersonville national park, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkMacon County, GeorgiaThe park offers people a great look into the conditions for each Union soldier. These tents were mostly made of canvas, but at times were made of...Andersonville national park, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville national parkMacon County, GeorgiaThe cemetery is the final resting place for the Union prisoners who died while being held at Camp Sumter/Andersonville as POWs. The prisoners'...Souther Field Airport, Sumter County, GeorgiaSouther Field AirportSumter County, GeorgiaIn 1923 Charles Lindbergh arrived at Souther Field in Americus. Here he purchased his first airplane, a surplus JN-4 "Jenny" biplane, and conducted...Best Western Plus Windsor Hotel, Americus, GeorgiaBest Western Plus Windsor HotelAmericus, GeorgiaBeautiful architecture at the old Thornton Wheatley Building in Americus, Georgia.Georgia Southwestern State University, Americus, GeorgiaGeorgia Southwestern State UniversityAmericus, GeorgiaNew monument dedicated to former First Lady Rosalynn Carter #exploregeorgiaMontezuma, GeorgiaMontezumaGeorgiaBrown's Farmers MarketDrayton, GeorgiaDraytonGeorgiaThe Flint River at Drayton, Georgia.Montezuma, GeorgiaMontezumaGeorgiaFlint River Farms Resettlement Project - Montezuma, Georgia.Georgia Rural Telephone Museum, Leslie, GeorgiaGeorgia Rural Telephone MuseumLeslie, GeorgiaThe Georgia Rural Telephone Museum in Leslie, GA houses the world's largest collection of telephones and telephone related memorabilia. From a...Maranatha Baptist Church, Plains, GeorgiaMaranatha Baptist ChurchPlains, GeorgiaPresident Jimmy Carter still teaches Sunday School on select dates and once the service is over, you can meet him and Rosalyn. #surrealPlains Historic Inn & Antique Mall, Plains, GeorgiaPlains Historic Inn & Antique MallPlains, GeorgiaDowntown Plains, Georgia is lit with Christmas lights for the holiday season. Plains is home of our 39th President Jimmy Carter.
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