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 The KBA is a 
non-profit
 501(c)3 
all volunteer 
corporation 
whose mission
 is to protect 
and interpret
 this Civil War 
Battlefield 
for the 
benefit of
all future 
generations.


Follow the Kernstown Battlefield walking trails for insights
 into the events of the First and Second Battles of Kernstown ... 
browse the battlefield Visitor Center to learn details of the history ... 
see the 1854 Pritchard House where the family of 
Samuel and Helen Pritchard huddled in the cellar 
waiting for quiet to return to their farm.  
This and more await visitors to this pristine 
388-acre Civil War battlefield park.


Follow the Kernstown Battlefield walking trails for insights
 into the events of the First and Second Battles of Kernstown ... 
browse the battlefield Visitor Center to learn details of the history ... 
see the 1854 Pritchard House where the family of 
Samuel and Helen Pritchard huddled in the cellar 
waiting for quiet to return to their farm.  
This and more await visitors to this pristine 
388-acre Civil War battlefield park.
Above:  Map of First Battle of Kernstown as drawn by 
Jedediah Hotchkiss, Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson's cartographer.

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NEWS IN BRIEF
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159th Commemoration of the
Second Battle of Winchester
Sunday, June 12, 2022 ~ 1:00-2:30pm

FREE 
Donations appreciated

     Join us on Sunday June 12th from 1:00-2:30 to commemorate the 159th anniversary of the Second Battle of Winchester. This short walking tour will take you to the top of Pritchard's Hill where local Civil War expert and author, Jerry Holsworth, will cover background information and details of the opening engagements of this important Gettysburg Campaign-related battle.  Golf cart rides are available upon request.

 
Carriages From the Past

     The Kernstown Battlefield Association has recently been gifted the two authentic horse-drawn carriages pictured below. The gift is in memory of Fred Rowan by his wife Bernice and daughters Sarah and Jessica. These beautiful carriages are currently on display in the Artillery Building. Drop by and take a look.