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Teacher Packet Now Available for Shiloh Battlefield

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Date: March 5, 2012
Contact: Rachel Winters, 662-287-9273

Shiloh National Military Park has a new teacher's packet entitled "Shiloh: A Place of Peace to a Bloody Battlefield," available by request. This teacher's packet contains brief historic information, lesson plans, and activities for use in the classroom. Information on planning a field classroom trip to the Shiloh and Corinth Battlefields is also included in the packet. 

For more information or to request a packet please contact Ranger Rachel Winters at 662-287-9273.

Did You Know?

Confederate Burial Trench

In Shiloh’s bloody aftermath, the dead of both armies were hastily buried across the battlefield. The U.S. dead were later re-interred in Shiloh National Cemetery (1866-1868), and the mass graves of Confederate dead preserved through the creation of Shiloh National Military Park in 1894.