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Belated monument. (proposed memorial to Indians at Little Big Horn battlefield site) (The Economist (US))
At the going down of the sun: a pilgrimage tour of battlefield sites reaffirms the evocative power of sacrifice to the descendant of a WWI veteran.(THE GREAT WAR) (Esprit de Corps)
The vascular flora of the Palo Alto National Battlefield Historic Site, Cameron County, Texas. (The Texas Journal of Science)
Reinterpreting the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site (The Geographical Review)
Civil War Battlefields and Landmarks: A Guide to the National Park Sites. (book reviews) (Civil War History)
Battlefields' new enemy: strip malls: The government is trying to save historic sites from sprawl.(USA) (The Christian Science Monitor)
Southwest Arkansas: as the site of the world's only public diamond mine and the smallest and oldest park in the National Park System, southwest Arkansas is one of the most intriguing regions around. Visit a historic bathhouse, fish for bass, see where former President Bill Clinton was reared or treck across Civil War battlefields in Camden. (Arkansas Business)
Battlefield Pilgrims at Gettysburg National Military Park (1) (Ethnology)
Movement grows to preserve Civil War battlefields (The State Journal)
Organizations Fight to Save State's Civil War Battlefields (The State Journal)
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