The story of how private citizens headlined the efforts to preserve American Civil War Battlefields
Over the course of thirty years, a good idea and hardwork of dedicated history lovers evolved into a movement that has saved more than 45,000 acres of historical land from developers - more than 70 square mile of American Revolutionary, War of 1812 and Civil War battlefields.
About the Author
Bob Zeller is a writer, historian and journalist who has written or co-authored over 19 books primarily on Civil War photography and motorsports. He is the co-founder and prsident of the, "Center for Civil War Photography" (www.civilwarphotography.org) and editor of its journal, Battlefield Photographer. He and his wife live at Lake Norman, North Carolina.