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Travel Blogs from Shiloh

Shiloh Travel Blogs (11)
Hey! No peeing on the canons!, Shiloh, United States travel blog

Hey! No peeing on the canons!

A travel blog entry by doctormick

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Hard to believe that the best part of 4000 men died on this peaceful few acres in just two days.  Well worth an off peak visit to soak up the atmosphere and contrast the serenity to what happen 150 odd years ...

Very Interesting Battle and Park...., Shiloh National Military Park, United States travel blog

Very Interesting Battle and Park....

A travel blog entry by honestman

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... sides knew that the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers were key to winning control of the Mississippi River and splitting the Confederate states in two.  US Grants army had had success already in Kentucky and had forced the Southern Army of Mississippi ...

Shiloh, Shiloh National Military Park, United States travel blog

Shiloh

A travel blog entry by kfree1124

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   This week I virtually traveled to western Kentucky.  I read a short story called "Shiloh" written by Bobbie Ann Mason.  It's about a husband and wife named Leroy and Norma Jean Moffitt.  Leroy is a truck driver and was ...

Well earned rest, Shiloh, United States travel blog

Well earned rest

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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25th Sept. Got up around 7.30am and after breakfast, left around 8.30am heading towards Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Unfortunately, the weather had other plans for us and began to rain. After crossing into North Carolina from Virginia, we stopped off ...

Attractions in Shiloh

Shiloh Attractions (2)
Shiloh National Military Park

Shiloh National Military Park

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1055 Pittsburg Landing Rd., Shiloh, Tennessee, United States

Park honoring the Civil War battle at Shiloh and containing the cemetery where the fallen soldiers were buried.

Shiloh National Cemetery

Shiloh National Cemetery

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Shiloh, Tennessee, United States

Cemetery honoring those who died in the Civil War battle between Union general Ulysses S. Grant and Confederate general A.S. Johnson.