Henderson Village Country Resort
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As my time in Columbus came to an end, I made a daylong excursion to the Civil War prison site at Andersonville, an hour to the east of Fort Benning. The prison site itself consisted of little more than an open field with scattered memorials and other prison key points such as Wirz's Headquarters and the famous Providence Spring, but the guided tour of the site was very informative ...
... took a little detour while driving back to Orlando we could stop in Warner Robins, GA to see his brother John and wife, Patty
Sure, why not?! It will only add about 90 minutes off track to our day and we've never been there.
Well, off-track is an appropriate description as one of the roads we ended up on was a one-lane gravel lane. It was the correct road, gorgeous, and only about 1/2 mile long. It was nice to not be on an Interstate highway; most ...
... 5 acres that confined 45,000 men from January 1864 to May 1865. Nearly 13,000 died and are buried in the nearby cemetery. More soldiers were both housed here and died here than in any other POW camp on either side of the war. The CSA commander of the camp was later hanged for war crimes of starving the prisoners although supplies were redirected to the fighting armies, where soldiers were also starving, rather than prisoners. ...
... when new, more efficient pools and therapy center was built. The entire facility, Roosevelt Warm Spring, is now owned and operated by the Georgia Department of Labor’s Division of Rehabilitation Services and is used for persons with disabilities of all types.
Interesting note: FDR spent 2/3 of his personal fortune building the Warm Springs pools and therapy center.
... of literature and classical music. There are also exhibits about Rosalynn’s family and growing up years.
There are extensive displays about the work of the Carter Center in Africa and other places around the world and Carter’s efforts to mediate peace in many locations is highlighted.
Our next stop is the Carter Boyhood Home. The farm is now only 15 acres owned by ...