CWPT's "America's Most Endangered Battlefields" presentation (2003) w/Ron Maxwell, Stephen Lang, and Jeff Shaara:
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Description of Pictures: The third annual Civil War Preservation Trust round-up of the ten most endangered battlefields in the US included three special speakers involved with the movie "Gods and Generals" which premiered in DC the night before. These were Ronald Maxwell (the director), Stephen Lang (who played Stonewall Jackson in this movie, and George Pickett in "Gettysburg"), and Jeff Shaara (who wrote the book that "Gods and Generals" was based on, and whose dad wrote "Killer Angels" on which "Gettysburg" was based). The main presentation was given by CWPT's President, Jim Lighthizer. For the record, the ten most endangered sites this year are:
Champion Hill, MS
Glorieta Pass, NM
Rocky Face Ridge, GA
I've actually visited all of them except Glorieta Pass.
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CWPTEB_030211_003.JPG: Ron Maxwell and Jim Lighthizer
CWPTEB_030211_077.JPG: Stephen Lang
CWPTEB_030211_105.JPG: Jeff Shaara
CWPTEB_030211_151.JPG: Jim Lighthizer, Jeff Shaara, Stephen Lang, and Ron Maxwell @ Civil War Preservation Trust's "America's Most Endangered Battlefields" presentation.
CWPTEB_030211_211.JPG: Ron Maxwell and Rob Reboso
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