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    National Historic Site Georgia

Special Exhibits

Exhibit cases down a cooridor

Temporary exhibits are located in the museum corridor.

NPS/E. Leonard

Andersonville National Historic Site features rotating exhibits in the hallway of the National Prisoner of War Museum. Check this page periodically to see what is currently on exhibit and a list of past presentations.

Right Now
Armistice Ends The War (September 2013 - February 2014

Past Exhibits

Return With Honor (May 2013 - September 2013)
Recent Acquisitions (September 2012 - April 2013)
"We Can Forgive But Never Forget" (May 2012 - September 2012)

Andersonville's New Deal: The Civilian Conservations Corps (September 2011 - May 2012)

Remember the Pueblo (April 2011 - September 2011)
Vietnam KIAs from Macon County, Georgia (September 2010 - April 2011)
Civil War: The Struggle to Survive (April 2010 - September 2010)
Korea: The Forgotten War (September 2009 - April 2010)
Recent Aquisitions (March 2009 - September 2009)
Fall of the Philippines (April 2007 - March 2009)
Liberation to Home (June 2006 - April 2007)
Surviving Bitter Weather: How POWs Did It (November 2005 - June 2006)
POW/MIA Recognition Day (September 2005 - November 2005)
Letters to and From Home (February 2005 - September 2005)
POW Food Exhibit Part II (July 2004 - February 2005)
POW Food Exhibit Part I (April 2004 - July 2005)
While I was There: POW Artwork (October 2001 - April 2004)
Recent Aquisitions (January 2001 - October 2001)
Recent Aquisitions (July 2000 - July 2001)

Did You Know?

Historic drawing of a steamboat explosion

The Sultana was a steamboat on the Mississippi River that sunk on April 27, 1865, after its steam boiler exploded. Of the 2,400 passengers on board, an estimated 1,600 were killed. A majority of the passengers, a little over 2,000, were Union soldiers many of whom had survived Andersonville prison and were returning home. Most of these men had survived the horrors of Andersonville only to be lost in what became the greatest maritime disaster in the history of the United States.