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American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville

American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville
American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville
American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville
American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville
American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville
American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville
American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville
American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville
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This is a 17 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on the American Civil War - Prisons - Andersonville. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

Andersonville, or Camp Sumter as it was known officially, held more prisoners at any given time than any of the other Confederate military prisons. It was built in early 1864 after Confederate officials decided to move the large number of Federal prisoners in and around Richmond to a place of greater security and more abundant food.

During the 14 months it existed, more than 45,000 Union soldiers were confined here. Of these, almost 13,000 died from disease, poor sanitation, malnutrition, overcrowding, or exposure to the elements.

This presentation covers the following:

Background
Facility Description
The “Deadline”
Water Supply
Earthen Forts
Prison Population
Inadequate Care
Living Conditions
Prisoners Moved
Captain Henry Wirz
Wirz’s Execution
Andersonville Closed
Identifying the Dead
Unknown Soldiers
End of Presentation

I also offer several other presentations all under the heading.....The American Civil War.
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