Andersonville Prison & Cemetery

   

Camp Sumter, located near Andersonville, Georgia, was established after the exchange/release system failed early on into the war.

Of the 45,000 Union solders imprisoned at Camp Sumter, almost 13,000 died while here.

      

Andersonville, Georgia Civil War Prison of War Camp  (movie)

     
     

 

 

  

  
 
 
 

 

 

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