Man accidently donates live Civil-War artillery shell to park

It has a few inns, a gallery of Civil War art and a tiny museum ... part of the field was cut as closely as could have been done with a knife, and the slain lay in rows precisely as they had stood in their ranks a few moments before.

Thousands are artifacts from the 1860s are expected to be found, including artillery shells ... of the Civil War, the actual artifacts 'really brings it home' and help students of the period piece together day-to-day life. A man recently snapped a copy ...

The decision by Arkansas authorities to detonate an unearthed Civil War artillery ... registrar at the park, said the shell should have been disarmed and preserved. He said the park has about 10 similar shells that were donated live and later disarmed ...

In 1946, Morris Van Deen, one of the co-workers who received a letter, donated ... part of a five-man, 155-mm. gun crew that rained shells down on enemy trenches during the engagement, which turned out to be the final campaign of the war.

Check back tomorrow for more Libya Live coverage and visit our Libya page for the latest Libya news. A rebel vehicle is hit by a shell fired by soldiers loyal ... In light of the outbreak of civil war, we are lowering our sovereign credit ratings on ...

LONDON (AP) -- A British man and his young daughter have gained international ... (AP) -- A Massachusetts librarian on her first day on the job has come across live military shells from the Civil War inside a closet in her new office.

(Frederick News-Post) A Jefferson man approached Monocacy National Battlefield on Tuesday with a collection of Civil War-era munitions he had collected during his childhood, but it turns out — despite having the cannonballs and bullets in his possession ... Man accidently donates live Civil-War artillery shell to park

A Massachusetts librarian on her first day on the job has come across live military shells from the Civil War inside a closet in her new office ... out to be part of a Gettysburg collection that was donated to the town years ago. The library reopened ...

Shrapnel from a German artillery shell hit his tank ... He had rediscovered the town where he wanted to live and bought a house. He became one of the area's most reconizable figures, a tall, easygoing man with dozens of show-business anecdotes.

Bombs and artillery shells were part of life in Homs ... But not so much anymore. “The civil war is not going to be over anytime soon,” he said.

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