Parks as Classrooms

Curriculum Materials

The park offers a wide array of activities and materials to explore the history of Andersonville and the experiences of prisoners of war throughout American history.

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Featured Lesson Plan

Memory Star Project

Memory Star Project

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Field Trips

Park staff have developed a series of activities and on-site programs designed to help students understand the experiences of Union Prisoners of war held at the Camp Sumter military prison during the American Civil War. These activities include both ranger-led and teacher-led activities.

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Featured Field Trip

Ranger-Led Programs at the Andersonville Prison site

Ranger-Led Programs at the Andersonville Prison site

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Materials to Loan

The park offers a loan program where teachers can bring the two park films into their classroom. Watching one or both films is a valuable way to prepare for a site visit, or bring a little bit of Andersonville directly to your students.

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Park Film Loan Program

Bring the park films to your class.

Bring the park films to your class.

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Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Andersonville National Cemetery
National Prisoner of War Museum
496 Cemetery Road

Andersonville, GA 31711

Phone:

(229) 924-0343
Main park phone number.

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