Civil War Trust Launches Campaign To Add 77 Acres To Cedar Creek And Belle Grove National Historical Park

February 2012
National Parks Traveler;2/13/2012, p1
The article focuses on the $1.3 million fund-raising campaign announced by the Civil War Trust, which aims for the addition of 77 acres to Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park. It says that based on president James Lighthizer, the announcement for acquisition opportunities will cause excitement in the preservation community. It states that the acquisition will not be possible without the help of American Battlefield Preservation Program (ABPP), an arm of the National Park Service.


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