MEDIA ADVISORY (December 2011)
The Civil War Journal will conclude the series, “The First
Campaign,” in January, 2012. Three more issues will be produced:
The Moccasin Rangers and the Raid on Huntersville
(January 2, 2012)
Stonewall Jackson Seizes the Potomac Highlands (January
Camp Life in the Winter of 1861-1862 (January 30, 2012)
A new series, titled “The Road to Statehood,” will begin in
February. Produced on a monthly basis, this series will use the
same Civil War Journal logo. More information on The Road to
Statehood will be provided as it becomes available.
Civil War Journal is produced by the Rich Mountain Battlefield
Foundation and Historic Beverly Preservation in commemoration of
the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.
Wishing you the very best of holiday seasons,
MEDIA ADVISORY (December 2010)
TO: West Virginia News Media
FROM: Rich Mountain Battlefield
Foundation Historic Beverly Preservation
RE: Civil War Journal
WHEN: released weekly during the 150th anniversary of the First Campaign
The Civil War Journal is being produced by the Rich Mountain
Battlefield Foundation and Historic Beverly Preservation in commemoration of
the 150th anniversary of the Civil War's First Campaign.
weekly, the Civil War Journal highlights events which occurred at the same
time 150 years ago. A graphic image is available for inclusion with the
series which began with Abraham Lincoln's Nov. 6, 1860 election. Submissions
are approximately 300 words each.
The Civil War Journal is provided
to the news media as a public service to assist in educating residents and
visitors about West Virginia's significant Civil War history.
direct inquiries re the Civil War Journal to Karen Carper at
For more information on the Rich
Mountain Battlefield Foundation or Historic Beverly Preservation, please
contact Executive Director Michelle Depp at