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Shiloh National Military Park uses YouTube to showcase some of the best videos taken at the park. On our page you can view videos of special programs and anniversary events throughout the park.
Shiloh National Military Park uses Facebook to continue the conversation with our visitors. On our page you can view historic and current images, learn about the people and stories of Shiloh, and keep up to date with the latest happenings at Shiloh Battlefield and the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center.
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Allison Crull's Video
Allison's eighth grade history teacher had an unusual assignment for the class: Create a video in the style of a movie trailer. The subject should be a battle from the War Between the States.
Allison chose the Battle of Shiloh and got an A. We at Shiloh think she did a great job. Here's her video so you can see for yourself the work of a very talented young lady.
Did You Know?
The Battle of Shiloh took its name from a small log church that sat on the battlefield. The original Shiloh Church survived the battle but was destroyed in the weeks after the fight. The church is still an active congregation today.