Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Around Andersonville

Sallie, in the courtyard behind the National Prisoner of War Museum. The fountain is dedicated to those who were imprisoned during the Civil War and Camp Sumter. The story behind Providence Spring came about because lightning struck in the Prison Site, striking a fresh spring. The spring provided fresh water for all the prisoners.

On my way to Andersonville, I stopped by the National Prisoner of War Museum. This museum is the only museum dedicated to ALL Prisoners of War. I also met Michelle. She works in the bookstore.

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