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Save Forever 48 Crucial Acres at Cedar Creek & Cedar Mountain

The first tract of this preservation opportunity consists of 3 acres at Cedar Creek, in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, the site of the savage, bloody battle that Confederate and Federal troops both won and lost in the same day. Both sides saw victory and defeat within the same battle. It’s also one of the most threatened battlefields in America.

The second tract is 45 acres at Cedar Mountain, in the Virginia piedmont, where Confederate General Stonewall Jackson rode into the heart of the battle to rally his faltering troops ... and when his rusted saber refused to come out of the scabbard, Jackson wielded it, scabbard and all, to turn the tide of battle.

Now, every $1 you donate becomes $29 and saves over $939,153 worth of battlefield land! Please make a tax-deductible gift and multiply your impact today!