Emerging Revolutionary War in Civil War Trust’s Hallowed Ground

Recently Emerging Revolutionary War Era authors Phillip Greenwalt and Rob Orrison were featured in Hallowed Ground, the Civil War Trust’s quarterly magazine. Their article “Shots Heard Around the World” focuses on the events surrounding Lexington and Concord in 1775. As CWT President Lighthizer writes “the journey towards the stillness at Appomattox began with a shot heard ’round the world at Concord.”

As many of you know, the Civil War Trust has launched a new initiative called “Campaign 1776”, to preserve American battlefields that relate to the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Part of that initiative is funding the archaeology and preservation of land around the area known as “Parker’s Revenge.”  Here, on the afternoon of April 19, 1775, Minutemen met the returning British column on its way from Concord to Boston.  The Minutemen under Capt. John Parker, severely bloodied the British, in a “revenge” from their earlier meeting on the Lexington Green.

Also in the same issue of Hallowed Ground, ERW contributors Drew and Kate Gruber write about the how the American Revolution was on the minds of those who fought in the Civil War. Their article “So Doth History Repeat Itself” covers the “ancestral connection” that both sides had to the patriots of the revolution.

Be sure to check out Hallowed Ground and if you are not already a member of the Civil War Trust, be sure to join today.  Their work in preserving American battlefields is unparalleled.  We thank the staff of Hallowed Ground for including us in their latest issue.  Look for more exciting ventures from Emerging Revolutionary War Era soon!

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