Arm is believed to have belonged to a soldier who fought at the Battle of Antietam.
In addition to the properties, the trust also announced an 118-acre easement at the Sailor’s Creek site.
The ceremony had been delayed while a search was made for a relative who could accept the medal for the Civil War hero.
Author to discuss his new book, "Lincoln and the Power of the Press," at 7 p.m. event, which if free and open to the public.
A blood relative of Lt. Alonzo Hereford Cushing, a hero soldier who died on the last day of the Gettysburg battle, has finally been found.
The National Park Service on Friday announced the awarding of $2.2 million in grants to four Civil War battlefields to purchase land: Gettysburg, Pa., Manassas, Va., North Anna, Va. and Rappahannock Station, Va. The funds come from the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which uses revenue from federal oil and gas leases to purchase land, […]
Organizers of the annual re-enactment of the Battle of Cedar Creek in Middletown, Va. are promising the biggest and best four-day event.
A memorial dedication is scheduled Sunday for a group of Civil War heroes who didn’t don military uniforms but died defending their homes. On Oct. 10, 1864, a group of old men and teenage boys rode or walked out of the town of Emma, in central Missouri, to meet an enemy four times as large. All 26 […]
A large piece of Shenandoah Valley farmland that played a supporting role in the Battle of Cedar Creek on Oct. 19, 1864, has been preserved with a conservation easement costing $2,272,000. The announcement was made Wednesday at a news conference by the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation of Woodstock, Va. The parcel, known as Island Farm, contains 179 […]