I am providing the
information below for any descendants of the
27th Iowa that might be interested in more
information regarding Andersonville Prison.
This information was provided by Kevin Frye,
Historian of Andersonville.
Its always a
pleasure to connect researchers with their
descendants and to share the story of
Andersonville. I've been a historian of and at
Andersonville for more than 14 years and it
always gives me great satisfaction in helping.
have something you may or may not have an
interest in. Its the next best thing to
For several years I
worked on a project for the Friends of
I have taken the
driving tour CD which available in the National
POW Museum and have put it to photos.
The DVD is 45 minutes long and has a four minute
photo tour of the POW Museum with a musical over
play, and the prison ground portion has more
than 200 photos I have taken myself which
includes many with reenactors during our living
history programs as well as many historic photos
taken here during the war.
portion has more than 175 photos and tells the
story of the cemetery and focus's on many
individuals buried here. It also tells of the
many monuments which were erected in the late
1800`s and early 1900`s.
You can view the National POW museum portion of
the DVD on Youtube.
Andersonville tour and click the first video.
I have it
available for just 17 dollars which includes
postage. If you wish to purchase a copy you can
send payment to
Kevin Frye DVD
30 Hillside Drive
Butler Georgia 31006.