I reached the visitors center/museum near closing time and did not have much time, however. I saw the movie which was well done on the history of the area civil war conflicts. I went through the collection of guns. I never new there were so many different types of rifles during that conflict. I don't know if I agree that this National park should remain so. I think it could easily be a local museum supported by donations and not by our federal dollars in tight times. Unless you have specific ancestors in this conflict, once you've see a battle field they are all the same. With technology you could be given a self guided tour specific to your needs and see what you need to see. The park is nice for the locals with is nice trimmed grass and shrubbery again I think that should be a locally supported effort though.
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