The last Valley campaign

Feigenoff, Charles
November 1993
National Parks;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 67 Issue 11/12, p24
Discusses preservation groups' efforts to save the Civil War battlefields in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. Historical importance; New Market battlefield; Threat from real estate commercial development; National Park Service's (NPS) study of Civil war sites; Reason for the delay in Shenandoah battlefields' inclusion in the park system; National Parks and Conservation Association's role in legislation proposals. INSET: New Market: A model..


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