Shiloh National Military Park uses several documents to help guide management of the park. Ranging from historic studies providing context to management plans pointing the way toward the future, these documents are important to park managers in determining how to administer one of America's most important treasures.
Administrative History 1894 - 1954 (PDF - 288 KB)
Land Protection Plan (PDF - 2.25 MB)
Outside Group Policy (PDF - 68 KB)
Did You Know?
The Confederate army commander, General Albert Sidney Johnston, was killed at Shiloh on April 6, 1862. In all of American history, he is the highest-ranking American military officer ever to be killed in action.