In 1934, the Woman's Relief Corps erected a monument for the eight states that did not have a monument at Andersonville, The War Department gave the WRC permission to erect the monument. The monument lists the following:
The monument was dedicated at ceremonies held on February 2, 1936. It is the most southerly in the first row of monuments located on the west side of the prison site and is the last monument erected at Andersonville by the Woman's Relief Corps.
Did You Know?
Adam Swarner, a young Cavalryman from New York State was the first prisoner to die at Andersonville. Five months later, his brother Jacob was buried in grave number 4,005 of the National Cemetery.