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As the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg approaches, Frederick, Md., is prepared to lend its neighbor to the north a helping hand once again.
The battle of Gettysburg was a major turning point in the Civil War. And events to commemorate the 150th anniversary of this seminole event offer a great get-a-way opportunity and a chance to learn more the Civil War.
The 149th anniversary of the Battle of Cold Harbor is being marked with Union and Confederate re-enactors, firing demonstrations and talks on the battle at Richmond National Battlefield Park.
Flags are the centerpiece of "Gettysburg: They walked through blood," which just opened and runs through September.
Money is tight. Every dollar spent by government is being scrutinized right now because of the mandatory federal budget cuts known as sequestration. But efforts to preserve history may be preserved themselves.
A Maryland producer hopes an online campaign will help him fund a documentary about the Antietam National Battlefield Memorial Illumination.
The Civil War Legacy 150 project made a weekend stop at the Dinwiddie Historic Courthouse to scan residents' Civil War documents.
The familiar brick sidewalks of Old Town Alexandria served as the backdrop to a bit of American history you may not be familiar with and a curious plaque hidden in plain sight reminds passersby of at least part of the story.
A history class on wheels is ending its 2012 tour at events marking the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Fredericksburg.
Descendents of Civil War heroes re-trace the steps of their great-grandfather, who found lost orders from Gen. Robert E. Lee that a prominent Civil War historian calls the most notable moment when America's trajectory turned and its very future was reset at Antietam Creek.