Books, Documents, References
Historic Resource Study - 1970 [14.5 MB PDF]
Andersonville; the story of a Civil War prison camp - 1972 [6.02 MB PDF]
National Prisoner of War Museum Dedication Program - April 1998 [9.42 MB PDF]
Kelly, Dennis. A History of Camp Douglas Illinois, Union Prison, 1861-1865. Southeast Region National Park Service, 1989.
Andersonville Prison Park and National Cemetery Brochure - Mid-1960s [808 kb PDF]
Did You Know?
A smallpox hospital was built two miles south of the Andersonville prison to isolate infected prisoners. In operation only four months, 50% of the prisoners admitted there died of the disease. The 64 graves of the smallpox hospital were moved to Andersonville National Cemetery in 1867.