New National Park Service Report on the 1862 Battle of Unison Is Now Available

October 2, 2008

From Mark Zalewski

The new 52 page report has just been issued by the United States Department of the Interior - National Park Service and a limited number of copies have been printed by the Unison Preservation Society.  Prepared by cartographer and historian David Lowe it is lavishly illustrated with period drawings, photographs and newly created maps of the battle and provides a rousing and detailed description of the Civil War events here in the Fall of 1862.

This report is NOT for sale, and can only be obtained through the Unison Preservation Society, a 501©(3) corporation.  Copies can be provided free if requested.  We would greatly appreciate a voluntary donation of $25.00 (or more) with each copy desired.  This donation will cover our costs of postage and handling, and allow us to print future copies when the current printing runs out.

Please send any check donations made out to The Unison Preservation Society along with the address to which you want your report copy or copies sent to:

Mitch Diamond
20631 Unison Road
Round Hill, VA 20141

540-554-8877 or e-mail at