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    Andersonville

    National Historic Site Georgia

Join Our Friends

The Friends of Andersonville are an important partner of Andersonville National Historic Site and the National Park Service. They are a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation that helps support interpretation, education, and preservation issues at the historic prison site, the National Cemetery, and the National POW Museum. The Friends are a unique source of financial assistance for the park as the Friends' Trustees administer the Andersonville Trust, an endowment that serves annual grants to the park.

Anyone wishing to donate to the Andersonville Trust can do so. Please mail your tax deductible gift, made payable to Andersonville Trust, to:

Friends of Andersonville
Attention: Andersonville Trust
P.O. Box 186
Andersonville, GA 31711

For more information about the Friends of Andersonville, please contact them at the address above or you can visit their web site: friendsofandersonville.org .

Did You Know?

Confederate Officer

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...