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02-24-2004, 05:54 PM
The Civil War Preservation Trust's 2004 annual list of the nation's ten most endangered Civil War battlefield's was published today.
To read the report "America's Most Endangered Battlefields" check out:
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02-24-2004, 07:16 PM
Thought I'd give the run down here for a quick reference:
CWPT's 2004 top ten endangered battlefields cited in the report:
Fort Donelson, Tennessee
“The Hell Hole” (Pickett’s Mill, New Hope Church and Dallas), Georgia
Morris Island, South Carolina
New Bern, North Carolina
South Mountain, Maryland
Wilson’s Creek, Missouri
The At Risk battlefields:
Brown's Mill, Georgia
Champion Hill, Mississippi
Day's Gap, Alabama
Gaines' Mill/Cold Harbor, Virginia
Glorieta, New Mexico
Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
Port Republic, Virginia
Reed's Bridge, Arkansas
Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia
Wyse Fork, North Carolina
02-25-2004, 01:13 PM
This article is in today's issue of the Atlanta Journal - Constitution:
It's primarily about the Pickett's Mill, New Hope Church, and Dallas efforts.
02-25-2004, 01:23 PM
I was glad to see that Corinth didn't make the list again. Folks around here have been working pretty hard on this and it is starting to pay off. Corinth doesn't receive a lot of air time on the various boards and is often over looked. This summer a large NPS vistors center and museum will open here near the Battery Robinette site.
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