Monuments at the Prison Site

Wisconsin Monument Detail
Detail from the Wisconsin monument in the northwest corner of the prison site.

NPS/Andersonville National Historic Site

 

In the area of the northwest corner of the prison stockade are twelve monuments, dating from 1901 through 1934. Seven of the monuments are dedicated to states who had soldiers imprisoned here or otherwise commemorate the prison experience. The remainder of the monuments remember the Woman's Relief Corps, and others involved in preserving and commemorating the prison site a century ago.

Monuments located at the prison site include:
Massachusetts (1901)
Ohio (1901)
Providence Spring (1901)
Rhode Island (1903)
Michigan (1904)
Wisconsin (1907)
Lizabeth Turner (1908)
Sundial (1911)
Tennessee (1915)
Clara Barton (1915)
Lincoln-Logan (1929)
Eight-State (1934)

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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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