Every Civil War site and monument across the Commonwealth of Kentucky is featured on our trails website. The team at WMTH partnered with Murray State University and the Kentucky Heritage Council on this initiative.
The website won a Kentucky Tourism Traverse Award for Excellence in Marketing.
The Civil War Trust recognized the website as THE Civil War Website for Kentucky
Received the highest ranking in a national analysis of Civil War websites by Civil War Interactive.
Team Member of WMTH Corporation wrote and received three grants totalling over $1 Million dollars for Calloway County Fiscal Court in Kentucky to purchase the Fort Heiman Civil War Fort so it could be turned into a National Park.
Cumberland Valley Civil War Trail (Simpson, Warren and Allen Counties in Kentucky as well as Macon, Smith, Robertson, Sumner and Wilson Counties in Tennessee)
Team at WMTH developed a brochure and wrote a TEA 21 grant to fund this initiative - grant pending.
John Hunt Morgan Civil War Website and 4-Color Brochure (Adair, Allen, Barren, Bullitt, Cumberland, Fayette, Green, Hardin, Hart, Marion, Meade, Monroe, Nelson, Russell, Spencer, Taylor, Warren and Washington Counties)