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  • AMERICA'S CIVIL WAR MAGAZINE

    Antietam Rebirth

    Restoration efforts let visitors see hallowed ground as it was in 1862. For many years Antietam National Battlefield owned outright only a small portion of the 3,200 acres within its boundaries. In many places, narrow rights-of-way allowed...

  • America's Civil War Magazine

    5 Questions: A Timely Save

    Civil War Trust President Jim Lighthizer, On the Rescue of a Storied Gettysburg landmark. Beside a busy highway on the outskirts of Gettysburg, Pa., stands a small stone house, known for where General Robert E. Lee directed his troops...