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Andersonville (Camp Sumpter) was a Confederate prisoner of war camp during the…

Andersonville Prison, Georgia, August 17, 1864, showing a south-east view of stockade. [Library of Congress and fayobserver.com]../ qw

L:\Old Pictures Of The United States\Military\Civil War\Prisoners\Andersonville GeorgiaAndersonville Prison, Ga., August South-east view of stockade.

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Gettysburg pictures from the National Archives "slaughter pen".

Gettysburg pictures from the National Archives

Slaughter Pen, foot of Round Top, Gettysburg Civil War photograph

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Fort Pulaski...Then...and....Now...

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indypendenthistory: “ Civil War, Atlanta, 1864, George N. Barnard ”

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On this day in 1864, the first Northern prisoners arrive at the infamous Camp Sumter in southern Georgia. This facility, better known as Andersonville, became synonymous with the atrocities faced by prisoners on both sides during the Civil War.

On this day in the first Northern prisoners arrive at the infamous Camp Sumter in southern Georgia. This facility, better known as Andersonville, became synonymous with the atrocities faced by prisoners on both sides during the Civil War.

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The Civil War era captured on camera (98 Photos)

Federal squadron dressed with flags for the anniversary of Maj. Robert Anderson's surrender in 1861 seen from a parapet of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, SC.

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The Story of Camp Douglas: Chicago's Forgotten Civil War Prison (Civil War Series IL)

The Story of Camp Douglas: Chicago's Forgotten Civil War Prison #It'sAllInThePast #TheAmericanCivilWar

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