Andersonville

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Travel Blogs from Andersonville

Andersonville Travel Blogs (6)
The price of  freedom?, Andersonville, United States travel blog

The price of freedom?

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... the guards were told to "shoot to kill". You can find out many stories of those times at: www.nps.gov/ande Now Andersonville is a National Historic Site, a memorial to all American prisoners of war, dedicated to the men and women who have suffered in ...

Our Visit to the Prison Camp, Andersonville, United States travel blog

Our Visit to the Prison Camp

A travel blog entry by twigs2

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The Andersonville National Historic Site consists of the National Prisoner of War Museum, the Andersonville National Cemetery, and the prison site.  We watched the POW memorial video and also did the walking tour with our tour guide, James ...

Andersonville excursion, Andersonville, United States travel blog

Andersonville excursion

A travel blog entry by sethfield

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 ...

Jun 03, 2009, Andersonville, United States travel blog

Jun 03, 2009

A travel blog entry by nightraven930

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Attractions in Andersonville

Andersonville Attractions (2)
Andersonville National Historic Site and National Prisoner of War Museum

Andersonville National Historic Site and National Prisoner of War Museum

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496 Cemetery Road, Andersonville, Georgia, United States

A memorial of the 45,000 Union prisoners of war brought to Andersonville prison. Adjacent is the National Prisoner of War Museum, dedicated in 1998, with exhibits and artifacts representing POWs from the Revolution through the Persian Gulf War.

Civil War Prison

Civil War Prison

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Andersonville National Historic Site, Rt. 1 Box 800, Andersonville, GA, Andersonville, Georgia, United States

Visit the infamous Civil War prison at Andersonville.