2004 News Stories

December News Stories
Preservationists Hopeful In Franklin, Expect To Meet $2.5M Goal
Georgia Is Mapping Underwater Battlefield & 'Nashville' Wreck
Board OKs Plan That Will Save 143 Acres At Chancellorsville
SCV Keeps Focus On Gettysburg College After Flag Exhibit
Some Civil War Trenches At Kennesaw Are Saved
Bush Signs Bill Allowing Fort Donelson Expansion With Fort Heiman
County OKs Water For Site Near Spotsylvania's Bloody Angle
Hunt For Navy's First Submarine 'Alligator' Begins
Museum Of Confederacy Weighs Options For Moving to New Site
Brooklyn Public Library Launches Civil War Web Site

November News Stories
Lincoln Room Artifacts Will Be Auctioned Nov. 20 In Gettysburg
Marietta Statue Honors Woman Who Saved Confederate Cemetery
Descendant To Return Captured Flag From Pickett's Charge To Gettysburg
'Significant Victory' - 140 Acres Saved At Chancellorsville
Fairfax County Officials Hear Support For Ox Hill/Chantilly Park
Flag Exhibit To Highlight Tribute To New York Zouaves
Bush Signs Harpers Ferry Boundary Expansion
Civil War Soldiers System Data Is Completed, New Features Coming
More Confederate Dead Are Removed From Underneath Stadium At Citadel
New Gettysburg Look Has Fewer Cows And Crops, Lots More Grass
Artist Avoids Opening Of Controversial Gettysburg College Flag Lynching Exhibit
When The Flag's Under Attack Look For H.K. Edgerton

October News Stories
CWRT Launches Campaign For The Navy To Name Submarine For U.S.S. Monitor
Central Florida Captain's House Has Future As Museum
Georgia Trails To Expand Into South Carolina
South Carolina Claims Documents General's Family Wants To Sell

September News Stories
Monika Mayr Is New Vicksburg Superintendent
Owner Of Gettysburg Park's First Relic is Identified
Military History Institute Opens Archive Building, Plans Ceremony
County Buys Bermuda Hundred Site; George Fickett Succeeds One-On-One
Fundraising Begins For 119th N.Y. Statue On Long Island
Preservationists Eye Nine Spotsylvania Area Battle Tracts
Sunken Road Closes To Cars, Set For Interpretation
Gettysburg College To Host Confederate Flag, Lynching Exhibit

August News Stories
Cedar Creek's Upcoming 140th Anniversary Event Is 'Special'
Winds And Rain Hit City Point & Richmond
Meet Maudie Hopkins - Another Confederate Widow
Camp Boone Supporters Have 90 Days To Raise Money, Get Info

July News Stories
Proposed Tour To Highlight Gettysburg Cavalry Actions
New Monument Honors Suffolk, Va. Confederate Officer
Tennessee Will Give Moccasin Bend Land To NPS
Vermont Legislature Honors Historian Howard Coffin
Point Lookout Is Getting Museum Ready To Reopen
Development Begins On Mullins Farm At Chancellorsville
Antietam Park Position Against Monuments May Change
Middle Creek Battlefield In Kentucky Opens In July
New Corinth Interpretive Center Has Symbolic Water Feature
New Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center To Open July 24
Senate Advances Plan To Expand Fort Donelson Park

May News Stories

Lincoln's Hildene Home Hosts Civil War Exhibit, Programs
Mike Musick Retires From National Archives
Environmentalists Join Fight To Save Mansfield, La., Battlefield
CWPT Launches 'The Great Task' $90M Campaign
Satellite Photo Aids Mansfield Battlefield Supporters
Dennis Frye Returns To Harpers Ferry Park
John Hunt Morgan in Kentucky Trail Opens Memorial Day
Beverley Mill Restoration At Throughfare Gap Needs Funds

April News Stories

Communications Tower Proposed On South Mountain Battlefield
Virginia's Interstate 81 Widening To Impact Battlefields
CWPT Names Endangered Civil War Battlefields
Study To Address Glorieta Battlefield Safety Concerns
Tredegar National Civil War Center Plans Are Unveiled
Maryland Battery Is Focus Of Recovered Brandy Station Graffiti
Spotsylvania 140th Anniversary Event To Stress Education,
Preservation & Appreciation
Scientists Study The Last Men Who Served On The H.L. Hunley
Burial Of Last H.L. Hunley Crew Is April 17 in Charleston
New York State Grant To Repair Gettysburg Monument
Planning Board Rejects Beltway At Chancellorsville
New Housing Developer Eyes Mullins Farm At Chancellorsville
Five Groups Fund Easement For East Cavalry Field Farm

February/March News Stories

Appomattox Town & Park Eye Forgotten Battle Land
Kunstler Painting To Show Hunley Crew For First Time
Preservationists Celebrate Purchase Of Laurel Hill, W.Va., Battlefield
Expected Federal Purchase At Antietam Forestalls Court Case Over Statue
Developers Eye Open Land Near Kennesaw Battlefield
Dead From Helena, Ark., Battle To Be Reburied March 20
Bulldozed Tract At Manassas Is Restored To '62 Look
Stolen Worden Sword Goes Back To Annapolis
Colt Pistols With Civil War Connection Figure In Fraud Case


January News Stories
Spray-painting Vandal Damages Vicksburg Monuments
Valley Foundation Buys 11 Acres at Cross Keys
Valley Foundation Buys McDowell Battlefield Tract
Jerry L. Russell Dies At 70; Was Leader In Battlefield Preservation
More Artifacts Are Found In H.L. Hunley Ballast Tanks