Civil War


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Finding Significance in Park Cultural Resources: The Evolution of Historic Preservation Attitudes: Barbara Wyatt and Roger Reed

Finding Significance in Park Cultural Resources: The Evolution of Historic Preservation Attitudes

Barbara Wyatt and Roger Reed

by on Jun 02, 2017
In Architecture & Engineering, Century of Design in the Parks, Historic Landscapes, Videos
Confederates in the Cemetery: Federal Benefits & Stewardship:

Confederates in the Cemetery: Federal Benefits & Stewardship

by on Dec 08, 2014
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation, Videos
Reimagining August Bloedner’s 32nd Indiana Infantry Monument (1862):

Reimagining August Bloedner’s 32nd Indiana Infantry Monument (1862)

by on Nov 19, 2014
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation, Videos
Civil War Academic Round Table: 150th anniversary of the Red River Campaign

Civil War Academic Round Table

150th anniversary of the Red River Campaign

by on May 02, 2014
In
Civil War to Civil Rights: 50th Year of the March on Washington

Civil War to Civil Rights

50th Year of the March on Washington

by on Jan 01, 2014
In Archeology & Collections, Call to Action
Recording Civil War Earthwork Fortifications with LiDAR (Podcast 47):

Recording Civil War Earthwork Fortifications with LiDAR (Podcast 47)

by on Oct 15, 2013
In Archeology & Collections, Podcasts
Focus on National Heritage Areas: Cultural landscapes engage communities

Focus on National Heritage Areas

Cultural landscapes engage communities

by on Jul 16, 2013
In Call to Action, Featured
Civil War Sesquicentennial: Creating Legacy through Technology:

Civil War Sesquicentennial: Creating Legacy through Technology

by on Oct 29, 2012
In Call to Action
Documentation of the Civil War Defenses of Washington, DC:

Documentation of the Civil War Defenses of Washington, DC

by on Jul 09, 2012
In Call to Action, Featured
Grants Support Land Acquisition to Preserve Civil War Battlefields:

Grants Support Land Acquisition to Preserve Civil War Battlefields

by on Jun 28, 2012
In Call to Action, Featured
The Evolution of Government Headstones and Markers:

The Evolution of Government Headstones and Markers

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
What is historic? Issues at Poplar Grove National Cemetery:

What is historic? Issues at Poplar Grove National Cemetery

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
National Cemeteries: Post-Civil War Landscapes in Transition:

National Cemeteries: Post-Civil War Landscapes in Transition

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation


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