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Learn by walking through the camp, viewing demonstrations, and engaging in conversation with HISTORIANS who are collectively engaged in investigating and interpreting the past as faithfully and accurately as possible.
Let "LINCOLN'S GENERALS" dash you out of the passive "museum stroll" or a CD playing, come explore and discover the past with us.
Commemorating the 155th Anniversary of the siege of Vicksburg in Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 3rd and 4th, 2018.
Vicksburg National Military Park
"The Future of the History"
"We are people to whom the past is forever speaking. We listen to it because we cannot help ourselves, for the past speaks to us with many voices. We are part of the future they died for; they are part of the past that brought the future. We cannot cut ourselves off from it. It is as real to us as something that happened last week. It is a basic part of our heritage as Americans." [Bruce Catton] was last updated at 9:00 Am on Monday, March 18th, 2019
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