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2002 News Stories

American Antiquarian Society Is Treasure Trove For Civil War Research
Threat Of Motorcycle/ATV Course Causes Jitters At Manassas
CWPT Completes Purchase Of Schoolhouse Ridge At Harpers Ferry
Compromise Ends Philadelphia Library Suit
Murphy Farm at Harpers Ferry Safe From Developers
George Wunderlich Is New Director At National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Preservationists Fight Development in Lone Jack, Missouri
Civil War Photography Center Lists Gardner's War Photos
Formation of The Society for Women and the Civil War
Four Arrested After Richmond Battlefield’s Worst Vandalism Attack
Kennesaw National Battlefield Park Museum To Open Soon
Shiloh Relic Hunt Will Fund Tennessee Marker at Freeman’s Battery Site
Chancellorsville Developer’s Changes Don’t Satisfy Critics
Spotsylvania Developer To Donate 181 Acres
Gettysburg Civil War Women’s Memorial Dedication Nov. 16
Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Assn. Addresses Rumors
Reenactors To March For Franklin Battlefield
Oct. 26 Ceremony to Honor Gen. George Sears Greene
Confederate POW To Go Home; 2 Ceremonies Set
Allatoona Pass (Ga.) Marker Dedication Oct. 5
Confederate Museum in New Orleans Loses Round In Court
Bill Would Preserve Historic VA Buildings
7 Groups Form Coalition to Save Chancellorsville
Juno Sentenced to Halfway House
Carrington Williams Was A Leading Preservationist
Preservationist Annie Snyder Dies At 80
Congressman Miller Files Bill for Battlefield Preservation
New Orleans Confederate Museum In Fight Over Ownership
Fort Delaware Garrison Weekend Promises Authenticity
Civil War Preservation Trust Invites 'Endangered' Nominations
Sword Stolen From Vermont Museum
NPS Opens Medical Museum In Richmond
Fort Fisher Celebrates New Exhibits
Ken Burns's 'Civil War' To Air Again
Update On 2 Connecticut Monuments At Antietam
Bust of Albert Woolson Given To GAR Museum
Gettysburg Friends Buy Rupp House For Their Headquarters
Conservators Examine Gettysburg Cyclorama Painting
Court Tells NPS to Pay More For Demolished National Tower
CWPT Buys Schoolhouse Ridge Land at Harpers Ferry
Gettysburg NMP Is Given Motel On Pickett's Charge Land
Chickamauga Battlefield Makes Interim Traffic Rule Changes
Enthusiasm Shown For New Richmond, Ky., Battlefield
The Smithsonian and the Civil War
The Private Sector as Stewards of History: Pamplin Park\
Kyd Douglas Home Open This Summer
Huge Development Proposed At Chancellorsville
Pritchard III Gets A Year; Ordered To Pay $830,539
Old Baldy CWRT To Host Robertson Aug. 17
Vicksburg Park Hopes To Buy 8 Parcels
Russ Pritchard Jr. Sentenced, To Repay Buyer
Gettysburg Friends Buy Motel On Grounds Of Pickett's Charge
Gen. George Sears Greene, Forgotten Hero
Confederate Fort Collier Is Purchased
Changes Coming to Monocacy National Battlefield
Illegal Relic Hunter Is Sentenced
Chickamauga Reviews Input About Park Roads
Virginia SCV Wins License Plate
Sam Davis Home Launches Fundraising
‘Spectacular’ Purchase of Wilderness Acreage
The Making Of A Preservationist
Virginia Officials Support Housing Project at Centreville
Public-Private Effort Saves Rocky Face Ridge In Georgia
Farm Bill Could Aid Preservation
CWPT Raises Funds For Harpers Ferry Purchase
Ground Is Broken For New Library On Franklin Field
CWPT & Developer Join Forces At Bristoe Station
Harpers Ferry Seeks Backing To Expand Park
Philadelphia Civil War Library Negotiations Under Way
Juno Settles Libel Suit Brought By The Civil War News
National Archives Employee charged with Theft of Civil War Documents
Attorney General Seeks Receiver For Philadelphia Civil War Library
Russ Pritchard III Pleads Guilty In 21 Counts
Highlights Of Russ Pritchard Jr. Federal Trial
Civil War Preservation Trust Lists 10 ‘most Endangered’ Sites
Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association Reorganizes
Lady Farm Fundraisers At Risk
Jerru Russell on Rethinking The National Parks
Pamplin Park Will Open Restored Grant Headquarters
Maryland Preservation Project Will Protect 552 Battlefield Acres
New Gettysburg Visitor Center Complex Is Unveiled — Cost $95M
Mississippi SCV Raising Funds For Flag Restoration
Alabama Man Interprets Forrest-Streight Trail In Cullman County
Monocacy Battlefield Acquires 280 Acres In Heart Of Battle Area
Valley Battlefields Foundation Buys Cross Keys property
Gettysburg's Daniel Lady Farm Hosts Filmmakers
Tree Removal Is Under Way At Gettysburg Park
Longstreet Monument Unveiled In Gainesville, Ga.
Lawsuits Filed In New Orleans Confederate Museum Dispute
Pressure By Ox Hill/Chantilly Supporters Pays Off
Bob Krick To Retire After 35 Years With NPS

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