A Student of History

August 31, 2010

Revolutionary War Parks Require Additional Funding

Filed under: Early America,Historic Preservation,Wars — John Maass @ 1:21 pm

The nonprofit National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), in June 2010 released new assessments of three South Carolina Revolutionary War parks—Kings Mountain National Military Park, Cowpens National Battlefield, and Ninety Six National Historic Site. The reports find that additional funding is needed to maintain these historic sites that bring American history to life and offer a wealth of family-friendly educational and recreational opportunities year-round.

To view the three full reports and to take action to help protect Revolutionary War parks, please visit http://www.npca.org/stateoftheparks/sc_revolutionary_war_parks/.

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