Government of Andersonville

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It’s one of few images of the failed southern government that occasionally appear at Andersonville, the Confederate prison that kept more than 45,000 Union soldiers in ghastly conditions toward the en.

Government. The Camp Sumter military prison at Andersonville was one of the largest Confederate military prisons during the Civil War.. the Andersonville National Cemetery, and the National Prisoner of War Museum, which opened in.

Detailed plan of andersonville prison camp, showing Sweetwater Lick to the north,. VA 23221-0311 USA vau; digital id: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.ndlpcoop/ gvhs01.

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Andersonville prison camp, 1864. Andersonville, or Camp Sumter as it was officially known, was one of the. erate government was unable to provide ade-.

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Andersonville, like so many other cities and towns throughout the state, grew up around the railroads. Its history, however, is most often linked to the Civil War,.

"Our government cannot be held vindictive for only holding one person responsible," Kellogg remarked afterwards. In October 1907, he and 102 other former Connecticut POWs boarded the "Andersonville Sp.

Andersonville, like so many other cities and towns throughout the state, grew up around the railroads. Its history, however, is most often linked to the Civil War,.

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Andersonville National Historic Site is located in southwest Georgia. The park is approximately 12 miles north of Americus and 11 miles south of Montezuma on GA-49.

In February 1865, after the last prisoners had died or been removed to Andersonville, the Confederate government returned the island to its owners. The war ended shortly thereafter, and after a brief.

Andersonville, or Camp Sumter as it was known officially, held more. The Confederate government could not provide adequate housing, food, clothing or.