Rock Creek Park
By National Park Service
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Rock Creek Park presents a series of podcast about Rock Creek Park in Washington, DC
||CleanFort Stevens: self-guided walking tour||Fort Stevens served as the focal point for defending Washington, DC during a confederate attack in July of 1864 and is one of nine Civil War installations under the stewardship of Rock Creek Park. On this tour you will learn the role that the fort served during the Battle of Fort Stevens and hear the incredible stories of sacrifice and struggle of those individuals that worked and lived here. To begin the tour, stand at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Quackenbos Street.||1 7 2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBattleground National Cemetery: self-guided walking tour.||Battleground National Cemetery located at 6625 Georgia Avenue, northwest, Battleground National Cemetery is one of nine Civil War installations under the stewardship of Rock Creek Park and serves as the final resting place for the majority of Union Civil War soldiers who perished while defending Washington, DC during a Confederate attack on July 11th and 12th, 1864.||10 12 2007||Free||View in iTunes|