Camp Sumter Military Prison, commonly called Andersonville, opened in February of 1864. The prison was constructed in an isolated part of southern Georgia with three perimeter walls, earthworksand cannons positioned around the exterior.
Tour the historic prison site to contemplate first-hand the hardships faced by Union prisoners of war imprisoned here in 1864-65. The 20,000 graves in the Andersonville National Cemetery vividly illustrate the continuing cost of freedom
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