Another Important Reason for Historical Preservation

Yesterday I found several articles on Facebook announcing the discovery of a Surgeons Burial Pit at Manassas. As the article will explain this is the first discovery of this type of site, and it’s importance. Without the preservation of these land this sacred site would have more than likely, considering it’s location, been lost for … More Another Important Reason for Historical Preservation

APG to Announce New Project

In just a few days the APG will begin it’s next project. The Board of Directors has committed to a $10,000 donation to the American Battlefield Trust for the preservation of 18 acres of core battlefield property on Seminary Ridge at Gettysburg, PA.  You can visit https://www.battlefields.org/give/save-battlefields/save-gettysburg for more information on the ABT project Our goal … More APG to Announce New Project

MFCA 2018

I’ve been a bit negligent in getting the news out on the show and our participation. I’ve been traveling and am now catching my breath. I’ll be posting photos of our tours soon. In the mean time I can report that we had a very successful show raising money for the Cantey coat. Sales from … More MFCA 2018

One more addition

I’ve just added our latest edition to the list of pieces available for the MFCA/APG Auction May 5th. Alex Deleon, well know for his one of a kind scratch built models, has donated one of his unique pieces to the APG. It’s a major conversion, utilizing 4 kits, as well as quite a bit of … More One more addition

APG Commits to Preserve the Frock coat of South Carolina Officer

The APG Board of Directors has approve a project to fund the preservation of the Civil War frock coat of Capt. E. B. Canty 6th SCV. Board member Kurt Hollar is leading the project. Total cost for the work if $5000. The coat, now in the care of the South Carolina Relic Room and Museum … More APG Commits to Preserve the Frock coat of South Carolina Officer