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Civil War Trust

Hallowed Ground: Winter 2015

Featured Online Articles

This issue of the Civil War Trust's membership magazine focuses on the vestiges of the American Revolution during the Civil War, and the Civil War's Military impact past the end of the Civil War. To see all online articles from past issues of the membership magazine, visit the Back Issue Index »

Shades of Blue and Gray

Shades of Blue and Gray

Christopher L. Kolakowski

Individual Civil War veterans left a tremendous military legacy after the war, but the conflict also influenced the fabric and structure of America’s military institutions that is still visible today.Read the article »

Page From the Past

“So doth history repeat itself”

Drew Gruber and Kate Egner Gruber

As Civil War soldiers traversed Revolutionary landscapes, they encountered living vestiges of the revolutionary era. Read about the connections between the American Revolution during the Civil War.Read the article »

Antietam Epicenter

Celebration at Antietam “Epicenter”

From the Trenches

The Civil War Trust is in the midst of an approximately $1 million investment at the Antietam Battlefield that includes securing three key properties and engaging in ambitious landscape restoration activities.Read the article »

Jeff McKinney

Jeff McKinney

Heroes of Preservation

Meet the thoughful landowner committed to the protection of his family's historic property along the North Anna river who made possible the Civil War Trust's 2014 purchase of 665 acres of the Jericho Mills Battlefield.Read the article »

Brandy Station

Support Builds for State Park

From the Trenches

The Commonwealth of Virginia is contemplating the creation of a state park commemorating the Culpeper County battles of Brandy Station and Cedar Mountain in the Piedmont region.Read the article »

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