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December News Stories

Communications Tower is New Harpers Ferry Concern
NPS Updating Groundbreaking Battlefields Survey
Bucking the Tide in Kennesaw - Resident Fights For Training Camp
Naval Museum's Replica Ship Should Boost Visitation
Tenn. Preservation Group Gives 2 Grants
Ceremony Honors Commandant Of Salisbury Prison
$2M Federal Money Goes To Slaughter Pen Farm
Fort Heiman Becomes A New NPS Unit of Fort Donelson
3 Preservation Groups Urge Tough Federal Response On Harpers Ferry
Eastern National Loses Gettysburg Contract
CVBT Protects Historic Fredericksburg House
Columbus Makes Sense For a Naval Museum


November News Stories

Man Finds Ancestor's Sharpshooter Rifle With A Classified Ad

Power Line Threatens Northern Virginia's Battlefields

2 Bronze Cannon Stolen From Memorial

No Word Yet On Fed Response To Developer's Harpers Ferry Digging

Margie Riddle Bearss Dies At Age 80

Kennesaw Mountain Needs Funds To Ad Historic House

Wills House Restoration To Start Soon

Franklin 142nd Program's Controversies Are Settled

69th Pa. Irish Band Hopes For Movie Boost

Development Threatens Wilderness

ABPP Boundary Survey Adds Hunterstown & Fairfield, Pa.

 

October News Stories

Gettysburg Magazine Is Sold To Longtime Editor Turner

Movie On 5th N.Y. Will Recall Pohanka's Legacy

'Arrogance', 'Illegal' Digging Is Charged At Harpers Ferry Park

Outside Report Due At Museum Of Confederacy

Rubbing Of Now Unreadable Memorial To Young Soldier Conserved

 

 

September News Stories

Mining Operation Expansion Sought Near Cedar Creek

Valley Foundation Buys Land At 3 Battlefields

Lutheran Seminary Cupola To Open Twice A Year

Group Aims To Save Jackson's First Valley Action Site

Chancellorsville Battlefield Exhibit Focuses on Soldiers, Their Families

Vermont Memorial To Be Dedicated Sept. 16

 

August News Stories

Parker's Crossroads In West Tennessee's New Battlefield Park

Jenkins House At Stones River Destroyed For Development

25, 31st Virginia Descendants Invited To Reunion & First Campaign Seminar

KKK Plans Sept. 2 Rally At Gettysburg Battlefield

Paul Martin To Exhibit At One Man Show In Elkins

8 Headstones Dedicated – The Third Hunley Crew's Journey Ends in Charleston

 

 

July News Stories

Norman Rockwell Exhibit Shows War's Effects On Remington

Monocacy Battlefield's Gambrill House Restored

Exhibit Highlights Maryland's Veteran

Live Exploration to USS Monitor Will Be On The Internet July 19

Mortgage Is Paid Off On Shy's Hill, Nashville

Kearny Veterans Home Statue Will Be Replaced

Chrysler Museum Showing Period, Modern Pinhole Photos

Legal Sparring Ongoing Over Ownership of Law's Papers

Richmond Park Adds Rural Plains As New 124-Acre Battlefield

June News Stories

Concern Over Lincoln Cottage Plan
CW Preservation Trust Rescues Brandy Station House
Fredericksburg To Start Artillery Programs With A New Napoleon
Leesburg Bars SVC Logo On Sign


May News Stories

Chantilly (Ox Hill) Film Premieres In Fairfax, Va.
A Yankee Ship Is Being Built In Newport News
Many Rare Images Will Be Features In Maryland Exhibit
Loudoun County UDC Is Raising Funds To Restore 1908 Confederate Statue
CWPT To Pay Record 12 Million For 205-Acre Slaughter Pen Farm
Work Begins On Monocacy Battlefield Visitor Center
Confederate Museum in New Orleans Continues To Suffer Low Visitation
Virginia OKs R.E. Lee License Plate
Work Is To Begin On Park Visitor Center And Museum
Friends And Museum Foundation Will Merge In New Gettysburg Foundation
Eastern National To Lose Contract At Gettysburg


April News Stories

Pohanka Bequest Gives Another $1M To CWPT
Richmond Assn., CWPT Buy Glendale
I-81 Widening Critics expansion Offer "Reasonable" Alternatives
Vandalism At Gettysburg Exceeds $60,000 Damage To 3 Monuments
CWPT's Most Endangered
Cleanup Continues At Beauvoir; Hope Is To Open By June 2008
New Statue At Nashville Cemetery Honors USCT Troops
Preservation Efforts Succeed At Morris Island Near Charlestown


February/March News Stories

Opponents of Casino Gear Up for Hearing Plan April 29 March
Fredericksburg Farm Is For Sale; Preservationists Want To Save It
Kentucky Battle House Transferred to County
March 25 Ceremony In Georgia Will Honor Canadian Veteran From 136th New York
3 Maryland Counties Are Working Toward a Civil War Heritage Area
Repaired Kernstown Battlefield House Will Be Open To Public on Anniversary
$200,000 Given To Park Along Rappahannock
Brandy Station Group Takes Charge of St. James Church
Exhibit Commemorates 1865 Return Of New York's Flags
SHAF Eyes Purchase of Potomac Ford Near Shepherdstown
Museum Of Confederacy Director Stands Firm, Answers Critics
Morningside Bookshop Publisher Robert J. Younger Dies
Harpers Ferry Park Adds Schoolhouse Ridge Land
Antietam Battlefield Guide Service Offers Tours


January News Stories

Rediscovered Memoir Adds to Urgency of Effort to Save Battle-Scarred House
3 New Market Sites Are Preserved
Franklin, Tenn. Celebrates Demise Of The Pizza Hut
Brandy Station Foundation Buying Land At Fleetwood Hill, Kelly's Ford
Staff and Board Worry About Memorial Hall Surviving Hurricane
More Good News At Chancellorsville As CWPT To Acquire Additional Land
Critics of Casino Say Opposition Is Growing
Daniel Lady Farm's Preservation Assured, Mortgage Paidt
GBPA Pursues Preservation Of Camp Letterman Land