Discussion 40 Civil War Sites Are Featured In New Missouri Passport Book

Belle Montgomery

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MISSOURI - 40 Missouri civil war battle sites are featured in a new passport book encouraging Show-Me-State tours.

Historically significant civil war sites were chosen by the Fry's Lyon Foundation for the passports. The Fry's Lyon Foundation is a non-profit educational foundation dedicated to promoting the study of Missouri's civil war history. The passports feature sites in Jasper, Newton and Vernon Counties, including the Dry Fork State Park in Carthage and the Bushwhacker Museum in Nevada. Each site offers a …REST OF ARTICLE with Link to More Info:https://www.fourstateshomepage.com/news/several-civil-war-sites-are-featured-in-new-missouri-passport-book/2005196308
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Patrick H

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I saw this earlier today, attached to a text from one of our prolific members here. Thanks for posting it where everyone could see it.
 

gary

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Wow. That's neat.

I've been to Carthage and Wilson's Creek.
 

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This is a great resource! I wish I lived close enough to take advantage of all the Missouri sites spelled out in the passport. My one visit to Missouri was during a cross country road trip during which time I only stopped in St. Louis and Kansas City. But maybe this will give some encouragement to plan a separate ACW trip to that state.
 


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