Andersonville Prison

Andersonville Prison
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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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