Battlefield Preservation Grants Bestowed By National Park Service In 17 States Or Territories

July 2012
National Parks Traveler;7/17/2012, p1
The article reports on the grants worth 1.3 million dollars offered through the American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) of the U.S. National Park Service to preserve and protect significant battlefield lands in the country. The grants will be providing funds to projects involving battlefields from the Pequot War, Civil War and World War II. A list of organizations and cities receiving the grants is provided which include the Civil War Trust in Maryland, Public Broadcasting Council of Central New York Inc in New York and the city of Davenport, Iowa.


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