Andersonville

St. James Pennington Log Church, Andersonville, GeorgiaSt. James Pennington Log ChurchAndersonville, GeorgiaSee this historic log church and cemetery near the quaint downtown.Andersonville Welcome Center, Andersonville, GeorgiaAndersonville Welcome CenterAndersonville, GeorgiaAfter visiting the welcome center and museum in this quaint downtown, enjoy a picnic under a pavilion in the park. #DetailsAnderson Station, Andersonville, GeorgiaAnderson StationAndersonville, GeorgiaVisit this quaint downtown, eat at this locals and tourists cafe, then see this monument to Captain Henry Wirz. #DetailsDrummer Boy Civil War Museum, Andersonville, GeorgiaDrummer Boy Civil War MuseumAndersonville, GeorgiaSee this museum in the Civil War Village of downtown Andersonville, near National P.O.W. Museum. #DetailsTrain Depot, Andersonville, GeorgiaTrain DepotAndersonville, GeorgiaStop in at this historic train Depot in downtown Andersonville near the Civil War Village. #DetailsTrain Depot, Andersonville, GeorgiaTrain DepotAndersonville, GeorgiaStop in at this P.O.W. Memorial Park next to the train Depot in the quaint downtown.Andersonville Welcome Center, Andersonville, GeorgiaAndersonville Welcome CenterAndersonville, GeorgiaA colorful rooster stands guard outside the tiny café in 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, GeorgiaStart your visit at the National P.O.W. Museum, then tour the grounds and cemetery.Andersonville National Historic Site, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville National Historic SiteMacon County, GeorgiaTake a ranger led tour of Camp Sumter, starting behind the National P.O.W. Museum. #DetailsAndersonville National Historic Site, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville National Historic SiteMacon County, GeorgiaWalk the fields to see the memorials and views like this from Camp Sumter.Andersonville National Historic Site, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville National Historic SiteMacon County, GeorgiaAmenities at the Hanoi HiltonAndersonville National Historic Site, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville National Historic SiteMacon County, GeorgiaSee a replica of Camp Sumter at the actual site.Andersonville National Historic Site, Macon County, GeorgiaAndersonville National Historic SiteMacon County, GeorgiaWalk or drive the loop to see the memorials and read info placards about Camp Sumter. #DetailsAndersonville 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...
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