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The Spring 2017 newsletter included: our finalized list of Special Tours and Programs for 2017; a FREE special Saturday morning tour for our subscribers on March 25, 2017 of the Pennsylvania Capitol Preservation Committee’s Civil War Flag Preservation Facility in downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; an update on the GNMP’s rebuilding of missing stone walls at five sites on the battlefield; Adams County businessman David LeVan’s third attempt at bringing a casino to the Gettysburg area; an interview with Erik Young, living historian and founder/owner of Peace Light Productions; the “Mystery Photo Contest”; and much more.

The Winter 2016 newsletter included: information on a photo reenactment at Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania; the 2017 edition of the ever popular Gettysburg Landscapes calendar; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); our list of Special Tours and Programs for 2017; an update on rehabiitation projects on the Gettysburg battlefield by the GNMP and the Civil War Trust; an interview with Scott Sims, a Civil War/Battle of Gettysburg buff in Australia; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Fall 2016 newsletter included: information on a possible Volume Two of the book "Texans at Gettysburg: Blood and Glory with Hood's Texas Brigade"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); our updated list of Special Battlefield Tours and Programs; an update on the GNMP's rehabilitation program for Ziegler's Grove on Cemetery Hill and the upcoming Gettysburg National Military Park's Advisory Commission meeting; an update on two restoration programs by the Civil War Preservation Trust in Gettysburg and the opening of the famous Electric Map in its new home in nearby Hanover; an interview with Kendra Debany, owner of Gettysburg House Histories; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Summer 2016 newsletter included: information on the recently released book called "Texans at Gettysburg: Blood and Glory with Hood's Texas Brigade"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); a tour of the Pennsylvania Capitol Preservation Committee's Civil War Flag Preservation Facility; another "prescribed fire" and proposed fee increases at the Gettysburg National Military Park; the new Civil War Era Medical Museum in downtown Gettysburg; an interview with Tim Daniel, owner/operator of "History Nerds" Battlefield Tours; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Spring 2016 Newsletter included: information on the soon-to-be released book "Texans at Gettysburg"; our list of Special Tours and Programs for 2016; a special opportunity for our subscribers to visit the Civil War Flag Preservation Facility in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; the GNMP's proposed Comprehensive Trails Plan; special events scheduled in March at the Lightner Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast; an interview with Sal and Gail Prezioso, the current residents and owners of "Red Patch" (the famous Gettysburg summer home located on Seminary Ridge that was built after the Civil War by Union Brevet Major General Charles Collis); the "Mystery Photo" contest"; and much more.

The Winter 2015 Newsletter included: information on a metal detecting expedition on the site of a well known Union field hospital located south of the Gettysburg battlefield; two books ("Guide to Gettysburg Battlefield Monuments" and "Crossing The Threshold: The Historic Black Horse Tavern") added to our "General Store"; the topics for our Special Tours and Programs we have already lined up for 2016; the scheduled topics of the GNMP's annual Winter Lectures and two new GNMP Winter Programs; the restoration/replacement of the Coster Avenue Mural; an interview with Emily Wattez, a Civil War military reenactor who lives in Vancouver, Washington; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Fall 2015 Newsletter included: information on a soon-to-be released book called "Texans at Gettysburg: Blood and Glory with Hood's Texas Brigade"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING*); the upcoming Gettysburg National Military Park's Advisory Commission meeting; a new monument in downtown Gettysburg to honor all the musicians of the Civil War; the controversy surrounding the Confederate flag; an interview with Kirk Davis, vice president of operations manager at the famous Daniel Lady farm; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Summer 2015 Newsletter included: information on two new books ("Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg" and "Gettysburg - The Nature of a Battlefield"); our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC Publishing Company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); two additional PowerPoint lecture programs added to our list of Special Tours/Programs for 2015; the 20th Annual Civil War Music Muster; the many summertime programs at the GNMP; an interview with Randy Phiel (former NPS Park Ranger and longtime Event Operations Manager at the Annual Gettysburg Civil War Reeenactment); the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Spring 2015 Newsletter included: information on an upcoming book by photographer Patricia Rich entitled "Gettysburg - The Nature of a Battlefield"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC Publishing Company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); our finalized list of Special Tours for 2015 and a special program on "Rock Carvings at Gettysburg"; an update on the human skull donated to the GNMP last Summer; the 100th Anniversary of the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides; History Nerds Tours; an interview with historical artist/illustrator Jeff Trexler; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Winter 2014 Newsletter included: information on our newest 12" x 16" color poster "Major Union Monuments at Gettysburg"; the Gettysburg Landscapes 2015 calendar; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); our tentative list of Special Tours for 2015; the "prescribed fire" at the Gettysburg National Military Park on October 30 and their upcoming Winter Lecture Series; the closing of the Soldiers' National Museum; an interview with Civil War author Cooper Wingert; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Fall 2014 Newsletter included: information on a new book "The Confederate Approach on Harrisburg: The Gettysburg Campaign's Northernmost Reaches" and the Gettysburg Landscapes 2015 calendar added to our "General Store"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); the GNMP's Cultural Landscape Report for Little Round Top and the maintenance work being done on the Daniel Klingel farmhouse; the agreement by the Civil War Preservation Trust to purchase a four-acre tract of land encompassing the Mary Thompson house (General Lee's Headquarters) and a progress report on the new museum and interpretation center of The Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield; an interview with Pat Anscheutz, director of American Stories Historic Walking Tours & Programs; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Summer 2014 Newsletter included: information on a new book "Commanders and Casualties at the Battle of Gettysburg" added to our "General Store"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); the finalized list of our 2014 Special Battlefield Tours; an update on the transition of the American Civil War Museum Complex into the Gettysburg Heritage Center; the maintenance work being done on the barn at the Abraham Trostle farm and the GNMP's Cultural Landscape Report for the 732-acre area that is part of the first day's battlefield; an interview with well known Civil War sculptor Gary Casteel; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Spring 2014 Newsletter included: information on two hard to find books ("Union Army Uniforms at Gettysburg" and "Confederate Army Uniforms at Gettysburg" and our next 12" x 16" color poster that is scheduled for release in 2014; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie. LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); the list of our 2014 Special Battlefield Tours; the new Superintendent (Ed W. Clark) of the Gettysburg National Military Park as well as the Junior Ranger Program; the transition of the American Civil War Wax Museum Complex into the Gettysburg Heritage Center; an interview with well known Civil War cartographer Steven Stanley; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Winter 2013 Newsletter included: information about our newest 12" x 16" color poster "Major Confederate Monuments at Gettysburg", the 2014 "Gettysburg Landscapes" wall calendar, and three new books ("A Field Guide to Gettysburg: Experiencing the Battlefield Through its History, Places, and People"; “The Campaign of Gettysburg: Command Decisions”; and "Battle of Falling Waters 1863: Custer, Pettigrew and the End of the Gettysburg Campaign") added to our "General Store"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); the current list of our potential Special Tours that are in the planning stages for 2014; an exciting new hi-tech state way to tour the battlefield with a special offer for our newsletter subscribers; the upcoming retirement of Superintendent Bob Kirby of the Gettysburg National Military Park; the passing of renowned Civil War sculptor Ron Tunison; a "memorial" to former Civil War artist Mark Twain Noe; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

  

The Fall 2013 Newsletter included: information about several new books (including "Loyal Hearts: Histories of American Civil War Canines" and "Confederate Army Uniforms at Gettysburg") added to our "General Store"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); a follow-up report on many of the special events and reenactments held at the Gettysburg National Military Park and throughout the region to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign; another update on the removal of the old Visitor Center/Cyclorama and the rehabilitation plans for Ziegler's Grove; the Congressional Medal of Honor Society annual convention to be held in Gettysburg; the 13th Annual Motorcycle "Ride to Gettysburg" to raise money for the Pennsylvania Monuments Fund; an interview with Amy Lindenberger, artist and owner of A.V. Lindenberger's "Civil War Fine Art -- Gallery & Studio" in downtown Gettysburg; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Summer 2013 Newsletter included: information about the new fiction book "Invaders In Our Town: The Battle of Gettysburg Through the Eyes of Some Who Lived It" added to our "General Store"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); an account by Chris Bagley on what it is like to study for and take the Licensed Battlefield Guide written examination; many of the special events and reenactments scheduled throughout Adams County this summer to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Campaign; an update on the removal of the old Visitor Center/Cyclorama and the rehabilitation plans for Ziegler's Grove as well as recently completed repairs to two Union infantry monuments; an interview with Barbara Franco, Executive Director of the Lutheran Seminary Museum; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Spring 2013 Newsletter included: information about the new 12" x 16" color poster we are already working on; the current list of Special Tours we have planned for 2013 and the list of 18 local businesses which will be participating in our "Discount Coupon Program"; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); the status of the removal of the old Visitor Center/Cyclorama and the rehabilitation plans for Ziegler's Grove; the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides' "Visiting Scholars Program" in April; an interview with Civil War historian and author Scott L. Mingus, Sr.; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Winter 2012 Newsletter included: information about our new 12" x 16" "Faces of Gettysburg" poster that we added to our General Store; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which includes FREE SHIPPING); tentative topics for our 2013 Special Battlefield Tours; the Gettysburg National Military Park Seminar Papers; the sale of the famous "Electric Map"; another update on the restoration of the John Blocher farmhouse; an interview with Monterey Pass Battlefield Historical Park historian and Civil War "Living History" reenactor John A. Miller; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Fall 2012 Newsletter included: information about the 2013 "Gettysburg Landscapes" calendar added to our General Store; our ongoing special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company (which now includes FREE SHIPPING); Civil War artist George Leo Frankenstein; an update on the restoration of the John Blocher farmhouse; a new town tour; an updated list of our Special Battlefield Tours for 2012; an interview with Gettysburg photographer Rob Gibson (who uses actual Civil War era cameras and lenses); the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Summer 2012 Newsletter included: information about a new book and a new CD added to our General Store; a special offer by Savas Beatie, LLC publishing company; the Gettysburg National Military Park’s cannon restoration program; the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides’ Associate Member program; the 18th Annual Civil War Music Muster; an updated list of our Special Battlefield Tours for 2012; an interview with Nancie Gudmestad, Director of the Shriver House Museum; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.

The Spring 2012 Newsletter included: information about three new books added to our General Store; the Gettysburg National Military Park/Gettysburg Foundation’s 2012 Gettysburg Seminar on April 13-15; the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides’ annual Spring Seminar on April 13-14; the Gettysburg Battlefield Diorama; an updated list of our Special Battlefield Tours for 2012; an interview with Licensed Battlefield Guide Bob Steenstra, owner/operator of GettysBike Tours; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more.The Winter 2011 Newsletter included: Information about the new "Collectibles" section and 2011 PCN Gettysburg Battle Walk DVD's in our General Store; the Gettysburg National Military Park's acquisition of the Josiah Benner farmhouse and the Mid-Winter Lecture Series; special Christmas tours at the Shriver House Museum; a preliminary list of our Special Battlefield Tours for 2012; an interview with Bernadette Loeffel-Atkins, manager of Battlefields and Beyond Military History Book Shoppe; the "Mystery Photo" contest; and much more. 

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