30 June 2011
“Whether they fought on the fields of battle, endured the hardships of the home front, or struggled for emancipation behind the lines, all of our
ancestors shared a common history. As you track a soldier’s history across Virginia ’s Civil War sites, plot a customized “Battle Plan” travel itinerary. Come to Virginia and Walk in Their Footsteps.” Virginia
Please do post a “comment” about any Civil War Sesquicentennial websites for your state!
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