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Special Battlefield Tours and Programs

Our topics for 2017 are:

Lee and Pickett: Friends or Foes???
April 22, 2017

Civil War Medicine
April 29, 2017

Neill Avenue: The "Lost" Avenue
May 6, 2017

Major General John Newton: "Questions of Loyalty and Forgotten Leadership"
May 27, 2017

Gettysburg: The Movie
June 10, 2017

The Fight for Little Round Top
June 17, 2017

Women at Gettysburg
June 24, 2017

The Action on East Cavalry Field on July 3
July 15, 2017

The Fighting for the Bliss Farm on July 2 and July 3
July 29, 2017

Johnson's Attack on Culp's Hill
                                                     August 12, 2017                                                                                                                                                                                           Gettysburg: The Fighting Before the Battle
August 19, 2017

The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg
August 26, 2017

The U.S. Regulars at Gettysburg
September 9, 2017

The Irish Brigade at Gettysburg
September 16, 2017

The Action at the THREE Railroad Cuts on July 1
October 14, 2017

An information packet, snacks, bottled water, a prize drawing, and Discount Coupons for more than 18 local Gettysburg businesses and attractions are included in each tour.

No advance payment is necessary --- last-minute attendees are always welcome !!!


  Previous tour topics included:

"The Battle for Culp's Hill"    "Where Were They in 1862?"  
"The 145 Gettysburg Battlefield Places Every Guide Should Know"  
"Sickles at Gettysburg"    "The Battle of Hanover"    
"The Jacob Weikert Farm and Vicinity"    "The Action at Wrightsville" 
"Artillery at Gettysburg"    "Evergreen Cemetery"
"The Taverns of Gettysburg and Vicinity"   
"When the Rebels Came to Town: Soldiers, Civilians and the Battle"
"General Jubal Early's Occupation of York"    "Sharpshooters at Gettysburg"
"Trolleys, Trains, and Parks within a Park"    "Middlekauff Manor and Vicinity"
"Those Red-Legged Devils -- The 14th Brooklyn on July 1" 
"Evergreen Cemetery -- Part Two"    "The Texas Brigade at Gettysburg"
"White's Comanches -- The Confederate Cavalry Raid in York County" 
"The Shriver House Museum -- A 'Behind the Scenes' Look"   
"Medal of Honor Recipients of July 2"    "Farms at War"
"The Town of Gettysburg You Don't Know"    "Field Hospitals at Gettysburg"
"The Union 1st Corps at Gettysburg"
"We Would Have Succeeded Had Pender Lived"
"Women at Gettysburg"    "Neill Avenue -- The Lost Avenue"
"Gettysburg -- The Movie"    "Barksdale's Attack on July 2"
"The Confederate Approach on Harrisburg"
"Ward's Brigade and the Defense of Houck's Ridge"
"Caldwell's Division in the Wheatfield on July 2"
"Diversity in the Ranks -- Foreign-Born Soldiers (and More) at Gettysburg"
"The Cavalry Action at Hunterstown on July 2"
"Emmitsburg in the Gettysburg Campaign"
"Longstreet's Countermarch on July 2"
"The Pennsylvania Reserves at Gettysburg"
Civil War Photography From a Photographer’s Perspective
Breastworks, Big Rocks, and More    Children at Gettysburg
General Buford at Gettysburg    The Cavalry Action at Fairfield on July 3
Lee’s Retreat and the Battle of Monterey Pass    Chasseurs and Zouaves
Anderson’s Division on July 2 and 3: Heroes or Scapegoats ???
General Meade at Gettysburg    The Daniel Lady Farm and Vicinity
William H. Tipton: The Man Behind the Camera
The "Harvest of Death" Photographs -- A Military Historian's Perspective
Union Intelligence Operations During the Gettysburg Campaign
The 124th New York's "Orange Blossoms" on Houck's Ridge on July 2
Gettysburg: The Nature of a Battlefield    The Attack on East Cemetery Hill
The Union Signal Corps at Gettysburg    The Action on South Cavalry Field
Barlow's Division: July 1, July 2, and July 3
The Union Repulse of Pickett's Charge    Logistics and the Gettysburg Campaign

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