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Shiloh National Military Park

"Then-And-Now Photo" From Shiloh National Military Park Goes Viral

In 1902 a crowd of 2,000 people witnessed the dedication ceremony for a monument to the Fifth Ohio Cavalry at Shiloh Battlefield in Tennessee. They could never have imagined the future technology that would enable 135,000 people to view, in a single day, a photo comparing the monument as it looked 1902 with the same scene over a century later.
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Move Over Baseball, National Parks Have Trading Cards, Too

People have been collecting stuff forever. When adults visit national parks, they can collect passport stamps or pamphlets. Children earn Junior Ranger badges, though getting one takes a lot more effort and time than a passport stamp. But there’s something else out there to collect, too, and it looks a lot like baseball trading cards
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Exploring The Parks: Return To Shiloh

Over the years the two of us have visited numerous Civil War battlefields, memorials, monuments, and museums (sometimes referred to as “the cannonball circuit”), but none better than Shiloh National Military Park. Shiloh is a world apart from better-known and much busier Gettysburg. It is a superb place to walk, bike, and simply linger during an exploration of the site of this important battle during the early part of America’s Civil War.
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Special Exhibit At Shiloh National Military Park Combines CCC And African-American History

A special exhibit at Shiloh National Military Park during the month of February will combine two separate but related subjects: the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and African American History Month. The unifying element is the story of Camp Young, which was staffed during the 1930s by African-American veterans of World War I.
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