We can't save these threatened battlefields alone—we need help from concerned citizens like you.
Tell Culpeper’s representatives in the Virginia General Assembly that you support a new state park at the Brandy Station and Cedar Mountain battlefields.
The Civil War Trust is urging its supporters to contact their congressman and tell them to support S.100 and H.R.88, the Shiloh National Military Park Boundary Adjustment and Parker's Crossroads Battlefield Designation Act. This measure calls for the inclusion of 2,284 crucial battlefield acres into Shiloh National Military Park and establishes Parker’s Crossroads Battlefield as an affiliated area of the National Park System.
Our nation’s war memorials need to be preserved and protected for future generations. Please sign our petition urging Congressional leaders to safeguard these silent sentinels, which honor the service and sacrifice of America’s soldiers, past and present.
Thanks to a bill in Congress sponsored by Rep. Gerald Connolly (D-VA), H.R. 1225, Ed Bearss may soon receive a new accolade to add to his lengthy resume: Congressional Gold Medal recipient. Show your support!
Threats We've Faced
Photos from past threats to Civil War battlefields.Visit the gallery »
A History of Success
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Rally the Troops
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