This Connecticut native’s courage and tenacity meant the families of all but 460 of the almost 13,000 men who died at Andersonville learned how their loved one had died and where he was buried.
I’m starting to write the third book of my Shiloh Trilogy. Part of the book will be set in Andersonville. Here are some of the sources I’m using to make it real.
This short video about Andersonville National Cemetery is without narration. Don’t mess with your sound settings.
Here’s a look at how one Andersonville prisoner kept himself alive by finding ways to obtain the basic necessities of life.
“Five hundred men marched silently toward the gates that were to shut out life and hope from most of them forever.” -John McElroy
First in a series of videos about Andersonville Prison, this short video shows the location and layout of prison stockade.