Park Manager Kurt Holman stood by a reproduction of a 12-pound Napoleon cannon at the Perryville Battlefield. Holman has made it his life's work to research and preserve the details of the battle.
Park Manager Kurt Holman stood by a reproduction of a 12-pound Napoleon cannon at the Perryville Battlefield. Holman has made it his life's work to research and preserve the details of the battle. Herald-Leader
Park Manager Kurt Holman stood by a reproduction of a 12-pound Napoleon cannon at the Perryville Battlefield. Holman has made it his life's work to research and preserve the details of the battle. Herald-Leader

For park manager, Battle of Perryville never ends

May 26, 2014 06:46 PM

UPDATED May 27, 2014 10:34 AM

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