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“This Fiery Line” The Triumph of Lieutenant Colonel Freeman McGilvery and the Artillery at Plum Run, Gettysburg July 2nd 1863

Artillery at the Trostle Farm

The disaster that engulfed Sickles’ III Corps now threatened the Federal center. Meade and Hancock rushed reinforcements in the form of V Corps and much of II Corps. 1,400 more words

History

Atop Munshower's Knoll

The 7th Massachusetts and Sedgwick Monument at Gettysburg.

Photography

The Absolution at Gettysburg

Today we welcome guest author Peter M Preble. Father Preble is a 2004 graduate of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology where he concentrated on Church History. 1,256 more words

Personalities

Masonic contributions at Gettysburg recounted by Sheldon Munn

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – Sunbury Press has released Sheldon Munn’s history Freemasons at Gettysburg“

About the Book:
Although it has been traced to the 10th Century, BC, history indicates that the fraternity of Freemasons was introduced into England in 926 AD. 390 more words

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Masonic contributions at Gettysburg recounted by Sheldon Munn

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – Sunbury Press has released Sheldon Munn’s history Freemasons at Gettysburg“

About the Book:
Although it has been traced to the 10th Century, BC, history indicates that the fraternity of Freemasons was introduced into England in 926 AD. 390 more words

Book Releases

Masonic contributions at Gettysburg recounted by Sheldon Munn

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – Sunbury Press has released Sheldon Munn’s history Freemasons at Gettysburg“

About the Book:
Although it has been traced to the 10th Century, BC, history indicates that the fraternity of Freemasons was introduced into England in 926 AD. 390 more words

Book Releases

Masonic contributions at Gettysburg recounted by Sheldon Munn

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – Sunbury Press has released Sheldon Munn’s history Freemasons at Gettysburg“

About the Book:
Although it has been traced to the 10th Century, BC, history indicates that the fraternity of Freemasons was introduced into England in 926 AD. 390 more words

Book Releases