Tag Archives: Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation

Preservation News: $1.15 Million In Grants To Protect Battlefields In Virginia

Emerging Civil War is pleased to share the following press release and celebrate a wonderful preservation opportunity! Virginia Battlefield Preservation Fund will help preserve more than 500 acres of hallowed ground at 10 Virginia historic sites This week the Virginia … Continue reading

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Preservation News: Finishing The Preservation “Charge” For Huntsberry Farm

Details from Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation about one of their current preservation projects… In the fall of 1864, Union Gen. Philip Sheridan was sent to the Shenandoah Valley to bring an end to Confederate control of the area. Uncertain of … Continue reading

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Preservation News: 120 Acres at Fisher’s Hill

News from Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation’s press release and website:  There is a chance to save the center of one of the most iconic battlefields in the nation – Fisher’s Hill. Long in the making, this property first came to … Continue reading

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Preservation News: Conference on Preservation & Monuments

Oftentimes we think of preservation in the sense of saving battlefield land or preserving an important artifact or archival material. However, perhaps we can also see preservation of markers or monuments as important task. Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation recently hosted … Continue reading

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Noyalas Takes the Helm at Shenandoah University’s McCormick Civil War Institute

Emerging Civil War extends our congratulations to our friend Jonathan A. Noyalas. Already regarded as one of the finest historians in the Shenandoah Valley, and lauded for his excellence in teaching, he started this semester with a new post: the … Continue reading

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