TEES 2 HONOR
Welcome to TEES2HONOR. Our site was established to bring you services and products that bring you closer to the history that is our country. Historic Andersonville Civil War Site is a wonderful park to visit. This website features items that will help you learn more about this historic park and the infamous history behind it. Our DVD photographic narrative tour is a great way to start you off and give you some of the fascinating facts just to get you ready for your personal guided tour through the park grounds and National Cemetery. Book your tour with our Andersonville Historian and get the one of a kind behind the scenes experience.
Products and Services
I produced these memorial shirts for a limited run and still have several available. These are high quality silkscreened ( not decal ) for long lasting durability. I have limited sizes and colors so please email me to ask about what is available. These shirts are a closeout and sell for 16 dollars which includes shipping.
Andersonville Photographic Narrated Tour of the National Historic Site is a good way to learn about the park and it's history. Get yours today!
If you want to learn more about Andersonville, National Cemetery or Museum or looking to do research on an ancestor here is a great research site to visit.
BOOK A TOUR
Book a personal guided tour with our Andersonville Historian today! Tours can be customized to individual needs or specific interests. With 18 years experience as historian, previous historian for the NPS for 13 years and former VP of the Friends of Andersonville, Kevin Frye has vast knowledge of the site. Learn some of the secrets that this infamous prison and cemetery hold. Revolutionary to Confederates ... and why is there a dove on one of the headstones?
We are a family owned business, and we have been serving Andersonville descendants for more than 18 years in research and genealogical information while previously holding a title of historian for the NPS at Andersonville National Historic Site for more than 13 years. Our goal is to pay tribute to those Union Prisoners of War held at Andersonville during the American Civil War as well as the thousands modern graves of veterans who rest in those hallowed grounds.