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Missouri History Museum Partners to Mark Historic Iron County Courthouse

On Saturday, June 20, 2015, a crowd gathered on the lawn of the Iron County Courthouse to dedicate an educational panel that commemorates the role of the Arcadia Valley in Missouri’s Civil War. The panel, part of Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation’s state-wide marking...

MISSOURI’S CIVIL WAR HERITAGE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES NEW SITE MARKERS FOR U.S. GRANT TRAIL

Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation and The U.S. Grant Trail are excited to announce the arrival of new site markers. These metal markers, which feature the U.S. Grant Trail logo, are intended to highlight official stops designated on the U.S. Grant Trail.   Father...

Civil War Panel in Lafayette Park to be Dedicated May 16th

As part of Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation’s Educational Panel Program, the Lafayette Park Conservancy in St. Louis, MO  will be hosting a dedication of their new Civil War Panel “Lafayette Park and Square” this Saturday, May 16th.  The...

Camden County to Host Civil War Reenactment

Camden County in Missouri is enlisting the help of the City of Osage Beach to put on a Civil War Reenactment.  Reenactments in the past have promoted tourism and helped boost the economy in the area.  This event follows the society losing its state funding, thus prompting help...

The Age of Grant Begins!

With the Civil War’s Sesquicentennial drawing to a close with the anniversary of Appomattox on April 9th, we enter what we at Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation like to call the “Age of Grant.” Following Ulysses S. Grant’s successful military career during the Civil War, we...

Auxvasse’s Elijah Gates Camp 570 Recognized

The Missouri Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans named the Auxvasse-based Elijah Gates Camp 570 best camp and recognized Gates Camp member Charles (Don) Ernst with the Col. Joseph C. Porter Award for outstanding service. The recognition is well-deserved after the group...

ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT PRESENTED TO MISSOURI HISTORY MUSEUM

On February 19th, 2015, Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation’s Executive Director, Greg Wolk, and Programs Manager, Caitlin O’Leary, presented the Missouri History Museum with an archival copy of the Battle of Moore’s Mill technical report entitled, “A Desperate and Bloody...

WESTMINSTER COLLEGE PRESENTED WITH MOORE’S MILL TECHNICAL REPORTS

  In 2013, Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation completed an archaeological dig, funded by the National Parks Service’s American Battlefield Protection Program, on the site of the Battle of Moore’s Mill in Callaway County, Missouri.  Students and...

You’re Invited: Dedication of Educational Panel in Cape Girardeau

Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation invites you to the dedication of our newest educational panel, “Grant in Southeast Missouri.”  The panel commemorates Ulysses S. Grant’s military operations in Missouri and the start of his campaign from Cape...
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