Smoke rising from two areas of the Richmond National Battlefield Park over the next week will not be the work of overzealous Civil War re-enactors. Read Entire Article
The South Side Depot, an historic train station that was a key factor in the city’s survival during the nearly 10-month siege of Petersburg Read Entire Article
As a former park service law enforcement officer with a degree in biology, the new superintendent of the Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower Historic Site Read Entire Article
Two historic downtown buildings may be given a second life and could generate revenue for the city through tourism and a kick back in taxes. Read Entire Article
We are pleased to announce that an Environmental Assessment (EA) for resource preservation and visitor interpretation of Bloody Hill at Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield is now available for a 30-day public review and comment period.
“Whatever happens, there will be no turning back.” With this resolute declaration, Ulysses S. Grant determined the course of the Overland Campaign that thundered through Virginia in the spring of 1864. Read Entire Article
Each year Gettysburg National Military Park identifies goals to accomplish in the coming twelve months. For our current fiscal year, which ends October 1, 2014, we are working on four projects: Read Entire Article
National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis today announced more than $525,000 in grants from the Land and Water Conservation Fund to help preserve more than 120 acres of land at four of America’s threatened Civil War battlefields. The grant…