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... England. Abraham Lincoln was elected to his second term in the United States. And Reverend Nute Larkins organized the Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Palmyra, Tennessee. This year, the Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church celebrates its ... Comment?
Shiloh Battlefield to Commemorate the 153rd Battle Anniversary Rangers and volunteers will be offering in-depth battlefield hikes, demonstrations, car caravan tours, and programs during the commemoration. Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: Cannon firing demonstrations are just one of many events that will take place over the five-day anniversary commeration at Shiloh National Military Park. Comment?
... photo. In 1902 a crowd of 2,000 people witnessed the dedication ceremony for a monument to the Fifth Ohio Cavalry at Shiloh Battlefield in Tennessee. They could never have imagined the future technology that would enable 135,000 people to view, in a ... Comment?
Shiloh celebrates 120th anniversary as a Civil War military park 109,784 troops fought in the two-day battle on grounds that incorporate 5,000 acres Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: Heather Henson, park ranger at Shiloh National Military Park, poses with Rachel Baker, tourism director, of the Hardin County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Exactly 120 years to the day, Shiloh National Military Park commemorated the anniversary of its establishment as a Civil War military park on Saturday. Comment?
Shiloh Industries, Inc. , a leading supplier of lightweighting, noise and vibration solutions, today announced the opening of its Montgomery County, Tennessee, aluminum die casting plant. The brownfield site was acquired by Shiloh in August of 2013. Comment?
... was based on the 1902 Owen Wister novel, "The Virginian, A Horseman of the Plains." The star was the foreman of the Shiloh Ranch, played by James Drury. He was known only as The Virginian, the man with no name. The series circled around the ... Comment?
Hardin County, Tennessee is the site of the Civil War Battle of Shiloh and therefore a must visit for history buffs. It is also a place where the Tennessee River runs north, contrary to reason. Comment?
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