Brochures are made available on the park website or upon request either by telephone, in writing or by e-mail.
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Andersonville Map and Guide Brochure [3MB PDF]
A braille version of the park brochure is available upon request.
When We Held Each Other Prisoner: 150th Anniversary Commemoration, January 2014-December 2015 [PDF File]
Finding Your Connection: A Guide to Genealogical Research on Andersonville Prison [PDF File]
Preserving the Prison; Saving a Nation: The Civilian Conservation Corps at Andersonville [PDF File]
Independence Day 1864 [PDF File]
Illustrating Sacrifice and Courage: Telling the Prisoner of War Story Through Architecture, Art, and Sculpture [PDF file]
Civil War to Civil Rights [PDF File]
Preserving Places of Captivity: Civil War Military Prisons in the National Parks [PDF File]
Clara Barton at Andersonville [PDF File]
"The Raiders" [PDF File]
Omnipresent and Omniscient: The Military Prison Career of Henry Wirz [PDF File]
Did You Know?
Inside the Andersonville prison was a vibrant free market economy. Prisoner George Fechtner recounted that, “there were a number of barber shops there where men could get shaved, their hair cut and whiskers dyed, and some of them carried on the doctoring business. They would buy their dyeing articles to work with, their soap and other things, from new arrivals.” Other prisoners operated stores, sold firewood, and repaired clothes and shoes.