Andersonville NHS POW Museum Hiking Stick Medallion - eParks - Where your purchase supports America's National Parks.

Andersonville NHS POW Museum Hiking Stick Medallion

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Andersonville National Historic Site preserves the Confederate Civil War era Andersonville Prison, where nearly 13,000 Union soldiers died due to disease and poor treatment. Andersonville National Historic Site is also home to the National Prisoner of War Museum, which honors all American POWs and educates the public about their sacrifices.

This Collector's edition features the instantly-recognizable POW/MIA flag, created by Newt Heisley in 1972, with an American flag background and white stars surrounding. The black outline and raised lettering display the name of the historic site and the museum, letting everyone know where you've been.

Get this unique variation on the iconic POW/MIA flag and honor those that stepped up to serve their country, from the Civil War to today's asymmetrical conflicts abroad. Placing this medallion on your hiking stick is a subtle yet powerful way to proclaim that these service members are not forgotten.

Product Details

  • 1 3/4'' x 1 1/8''
  • Includes nails for easy mounting

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