One other little caution if there are any folks wishing to come to our little corner of the South looking for CW related sites. We have booookooooodles. Oh yes we do. Just do not be surprised that there are more plaques, books, whatever's on the 'pc cause and effect' of that war than there are pictures and maps on what really did happen. Come to think on it, there are more on the after part. Those neat booklets the NPS USED to sell are no longer available at the forts.
Our Park Service does a fine job of meet n greet folks at the NPS parks (forts) but just take in the accent of the Ranger before you decide on who you wish to guide your tour as there are 2 versions of the script. We truly do not have an unbiased opinion anywhere in this county and the PC version always wins top prize for display space.
I'm planning to go to our Museum of Naval Aviation on base next week to see the new display. Anyone who does come to our area should visit this wonderful place. This is the 100th Anniversary year for Naval Avaition and lots going on. I'm gonna look to see if they've aquired a balloon or kite that may have been used by the CS Navy/Army/whatever. They should at least have something I'd think since they ARE next to the National Cemetery and the Forts.