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Monday, 10 December 2018

Free Shipping, Beer in the Civil War, Foreign Fighters In4, and More

Free Shipping, Beer in the Civil War, Foreign Fighters In4, and More

This holiday season, we invite you to do your online shopping with us! From now until the end of the year, we are offering free shipping on all $50+ purchases in our new online store.

We have many products for you to choose from to gift to a loved one or yourself! Our collections include provisions for your next trip to the battlefield, including practical outdoor gear, such as water bottles and folding chairs, and an American Battlefield Trust cooler. There is even something for dog owners as well a portable water bowl so Fido can stay hydrated while traveling.

If you're looking to make a statement, we have a collection of artwork that includes limited edition historic prints of scenes from the Civil War. Our 2019 calendar is also available for purchase for the low price of $6.95.

Of course, our store offers standard swag like stickers and T-shirts, mugs, and lapel pins. Our special Founders Collection will only be available for a limited time, so now is the moment to purchase items that celebrate your steadfast commitment to the cause.

Best of all, you can rest assured knowing every purchase you make will go towards saving hallowed ground for future generations.

To take advantage of this offer, enter the code "SHIP18" at the checkout when you are completing your purchase.

Happy holiday shopping!

Alabama in the Civil War

The deeds of Alabamians – both Union and Confederate – are found on most Civil War battlefields. In this new video, our own Tom Moore explains the figures, events, and contributions associated with the state during the Civil War, including key Naval operations.

Foreign Fighters In4

The American Revolution was an international event of global implications. Many Europeans were swept up in the values of liberty and equality written in the declaration. Learn more about the foreign leaders who helped America win the war for independence.

Excerpts from Hallowed Ground

Our award-winning membership magazine, Hallowed Ground, features stunning photography, news, and in-depth articles by some of America's leading historians. The most recent issue contained articles on future presidents under fire. Read about U.S. Grant at Cold Harbor, "Old Tippecanoe" William Henry Harrison, or peruse a sample of the articles online.

Saved: 49 Acres at Yorktown

Thanks to our steadfast supporters, a 49-acre parcel of land on the Yorktown battlefield has been saved from residential development. The site of sieges in both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, this twice-hallowed ground has the power not only to educate about the sacrifices that secured our freedoms, but also to inspire us all to be better citizens and better people.

Time for a Trip to Richmond?

The Richmond Battle App® is the perfect Civil War touring partner for your visits to Richmond, Virginia, and its area Civil War battlefields and historic sites. Our GPS-enabled application allows you to discover the great historical sites associated with the 1862 and 1864 campaigns for Richmond and inside the city itself.

Beer in the Civil War

Along with historical names, breweries throughout the nation have chosen Civil War inspired locations or recipes. It is tempting to think that this easy relationship between beer and these people and places dates back to the war itself. Yet, the story of beer, brewers, and breweries in the American Civil War is a bit more complex than it appears.

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