Moving toward reconciliation
GRANITE FALLS -- Just a few years after America's bloodiest military conflict, veterans from both sides turned to the federal government to preserve Civil War battlefields.
They wanted to remember those who gave their lives and to begin the process of reconciliation, according to Ed Bearss, chief historian emeritus for the National Park Service.
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