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U. S. Grant Trail co-hosts a Pulitzer Prize Event

The Pulitzer Prize is one hundred years old.  Thanks to the Missouri Humanities Council for sponsoring a centennial celebration tour, funded by the Pulitzer Prize Board, in the Soulard neighborhood of St. Louis. Full details are on the Pulitzer Prize website:...

NEW MAP IS OUT

The third segment of the U. S. Grant Trail is now complete.     Travelers can now follow Grant’s life and career from Hannibal, Missouri to Paducah, Kentucky. The U. S. Grant Trail is a joint project of Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation and the Missouri...

Mexico’s Civil War History

On April 12, 2016, the City of Mexico in Audrain County, Missouri, dedicates the second and third of a series of educational panels that highlight Mexico’s Civil War history.  Mexico is an anchor in northeast Missouri for the U. S. Grant Trail, befitting its place in the...

Educational Panels – Coming this Spring

Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation, in cooperation with the Missouri Humanities Council, is pleased to announce the dedication of six educational panels that commemorate important events and landmarks in Civil War history.  The panels are funded by local trusts,...