- Improving Water Quality on the Gettysburg Battlefield
- “The enemy were on the gun and limber…” Gunner John Norwood’s narrow escape at Gettysburg.
- Announcing the Great Task Youth Leadership Experience!
- The Curious Story of a Long Lost Valentine’s Day Poem
- Standing Where They Stood – Looking Through Windows in Time
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Colonel John Badger Bachelder, known by many as “the government historian of the Battle of Gettysburg,” compiled voluminous correspondences with many of its participants. Among these letters is a curious one – a rejection from an elderly doctor to construct … Continue reading
By the early 1860s, Gettysburg was a town on the move. With a thriving wagon and carriage industry, a rich agricultural bounty, and multiple institutions of higher education, the town of 2,400 citizens was productive, cultured, and embracing the potentials … Continue reading
Wanna trade a Jeremiah Gage for your 9th Massachusetts Battery? Oh, you haven’t picked up any Civil War trading cards at Gettysburg National Military Park yet? Gettysburg has eight cards, with photos and stories about Amos Humiston; George Meade, Jeremiah Gage, … Continue reading