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    National Historic Site Georgia

Traveling Clara Barton at Andersonville

Junior ranger badge for Clara Barton

Andersonville National Historic Site is pleased to be a participant in the Traveling Clar Barton program. Traveling Clara Barton is a fun way to learn about Clara Barton's Civil War accomplishments and earn a Clara Barton National Historic Site Civil War Junior Ranger Badge.

  1. Print out your Traveling Clara Barton document.
  2. Visit or mail Traveling Clara Barton to each of the six sites listed on the document.
  3. Collect a stamp at each site.
  4. Print out and complete the Junior Ranger Worksheet.
  5. Return your completed Traveling Clara Barton document and Junior Ranger Worksheet to Clara Barton NHS (in person or by mail).
  6. Receive a Clara Barton NHS Civil War Junior Ranger Badge.
 
 

Did You Know?

Lock and key to the Andersonville military prison

Very little remains of the original Andersonville prison. On the grounds, only the earthworks remain. Housed in the National Prison of War Museum are the original lock, key, and hinge from the South Gate along with a piece of the deadline and a post from the stockade. Relics from prisoners include a mirror and sewing kit as well as handmade items such as a pipe and rings made of bone.