Brochures are made available on the park website or upon request either by telephone, in writing or by e-mail.
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When We Held Each Other Prisoner: 150th Anniversary Commemoration, January 2014-December 2015 [PDF File]
Documenting Prisoners of War held at Andersonville [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]
Did You Know?
Contrary to popular belief, Captain Wirz was not the only person tried for war crimes during and after the Civil War. Nearly 1,000 individuals were charged with violating the laws of war during the conflict. Wirz is the best know of the officers of the Confederate army executed for war crimes convictions. More...