You can almost hear the cannons roar. Though the land is largely privately owned, the Tebbs Bend Battlefield remains largely the same as when Union and Confederate soldiers clashed on July 4, 1863.
"The landowners out there have done a great job of preserving [the battlefield]," said Joe Brent, a preservation planner. "It's pristine."
The land may be steeped in history, but 53 Tebbs Bend Battlefield landowners and supporters got together last week to think about the Civil War site's future.
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