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Andersonville National Cemetery, Andersonville, GA

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Larger Map/Directions      GPS Coordinates: 32.20347,-84.13172

Andersonville National Historic Site
496 Cemetery Road Andersonville, Georgia 31711
(229) 924-0343

The prison site is 26.5 acres outlined with double rows of white posts. Two sections of the stockade wall have been reconstructed, the north gate and the northeast corner. Camp Sumter was established in late 1863 and early 1864 to provide an additional place to hold Union prisoners captured by Confederate forces. The first prisoners were brought to the new prison in February 1864 from Richmond, Virginia. By August of 1864, Camp Sumter held over 32,000 prisoners and the death rate was a staggering 100+ daily. In 14 months, nearly 13,000 Union prisoners persished.

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