Andersonville National Historic Site | ANDERSONVILLE PRISON MEMORIALS

Wisconsin Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Wisconsin Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

PRISON SITE TOUR STOP 1: MEMORIAL AREA

The first stop on a tour of Andersonville Prison is a memorial area located at the northwest corner of the prison site. There is a parking lot near the memorials, but you can also reach the site by taking a short walk from the Visitor Center. If you join a Ranger-guided tour of the prison, this is one of the three stops covered.

The following are photos of the monuments:

Massachusetts Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Massachusetts Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Ohio Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Ohio Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Clara Barton Memorial at Andersonville National Historic Site

Clara Barton Memorial at Andersonville National Historic Site

Michigan Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Michigan Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Memorial to Lizabeth Turner, past national president of the Woman's Relief Corps

Memorial to Lizabeth Turner, past national president of the Woman’s Relief Corps

Rhode Island Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Rhode Island Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Tennessee Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Tennessee Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site

Monument  at Andersonville National Historic Site inscribed with the Gettysburg Address and the order that created Memorial Day

Monument at Andersonville National Historic Site inscribed with the Gettysburg Address

Woman's Relief Corps Memorial at Andersonville National Historic Site

Woman’s Relief Corps Memorial at Andersonville National Historic Site

Memorial erected by the National Woman's Relief Corps dedicated to a number of states

Memorial erected by the National Woman’s Relief Corps dedicated to a number of states

Stop 2: North Gate and Providence Spring | Prison Tour Main Page


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Last updated on May 1, 2022
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