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Seven Battlefields and 1,053 Acres You Can Save Today

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Corinth - October 4, 1862
Corinth - October 4, 1862
At Corinth, the Civil War Trust is working to save 59 acres (shown in yellow).
Champion Hill - May 16, 1863
Champion Hill - May 16, 1863
At Champion Hill, the Civil War Trust is working to save 4 acres.
Prairie D'Ane - April 12, 1864
Prairie D'Ane - April 12, 1864
At Prairie D'Ane, the Civil War Trust is working to save 808 acres.
Brice's Cross Roads - June 10, 1864
Brice's Cross Roads - June 10, 1864
At Brice's Cross Roads, the Civil War Trust is working to save 36 acres.
Monocacy - July 9, 1864
Monocacy - July 9, 1864
At Monocacy, the Civil War Trust is working to save 3 acres.
Second Deep Bottom - August 14-17, 1864
Second Deep Bottom - August 14-17, 1864
At Second Deep Bottom, the Civil War Trust is working to save 130 acres.
Cedar Creek - October 19, 1864, 5:30-6:30am
Cedar Creek - October 19, 1864, 5:30-6:30am
At Cedar Creek, the Civil War Trust is working to save 13 acres.

These Seven Battlefields

Today, the Civil War Trust has the opportunity save 1,053 acres of hallowed ground at seven battlefields, in four states—Arkansas, Maryland, Mississippi, and Virginia. The sites are Brice’s Cross Roads, Cedar Creek, Champion Hill, Corinth, Monocacy, Prairie D’Ane, and Second Deep Bottom. As you can see on your battle maps  — listed chronologically — this truly historic land where crucial fighting occurred, much of it adjacent either to ground we have previously saved or to national park properties. 

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Help Save Champion Hill

Join us in the opportunity to create a remarkable legacy to leave for future generations by saving 1,053 acres of hallowed ground at seven battlefields, in four states—Arkansas, Maryland, Mississippi, and Virginia.