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Andersonville Prison or Camp Sumter
Camp Sumter, as it was originally named, was now named Andersonville.
Named After John Anderson director of South Western railroad
Andersonville Prison was built in Feb. 27 165 and destroyed in April
Captain Henry Wire, southerner, was hanged in Washignton DC on November 10, 1865 on the charge of war crimes
Andersonvill Prison, Camp Sumter, was one of the largest of several military prisons. It is known for it's un-healthy conditions. Sndersonville held 45,000 union soldiers and 15,000 died.
Andersonville Prison only lasted 14 months during the civil war and covered 16.5 acres of land in Andersonvill, Georgia
He died because he wasn't a healthy peron.
What happen to him?
I dont think that Andersonville Prison didn't help out our nation because it was like a death place.
Any prisoner who touched a fence wall, was shot by guards.
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