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A Magnificent Display: The Artillery at Pickett's Charge

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I am continuing to edit, update and revise my Gettysburg text and today I am putting out an article dealing with the artillery at Pickett’s Charge. 2,682 more words


The Dark Hills

The Dark Hills

Dark hills at evening in the west,

Where sunset hovers like a sound

Of golden horns that sang to rest

Old bones of warriors under ground, 35 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places

Those Ridges South of Town

Have you ever toured certain points along the Federal line on the battlefield and just thought to yourself how formidable of a position it actually was? 457 more words


Gettysburg Civilians: Evil Beasts or Compassionate Heroes?

Today, we are pleased welcome back guest author Sarah Kay Bierle

“Few good things can be said of the Gettysburg farmers, and I only use Scripture language in calling them ‘evil beasts.’” ~ Georgeanna M. 1,440 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places

Reenactors take over Gettysburg

Weather may have postponed it last month , but the 152nd Anniversary Gettysburg Reenactment kicked off with a bang this weekend!

Explosions and reenactors filled a farm next to the original battlefield. 121 more words


Beckoning Branches

I think that water is one of the easiest and coolest things to run through Instagram. I especially enjoy taking photographs of creeks, brooks and other branches of water. 354 more words


Walking in their Footsteps: Hoke's Brigade attack on East Cemetery Hill (part 2)

By Rick Walton Copyright (C) 2015

continued from previous blog…

In “Walking in their Footsteps: Hoke’s Brigade attack on East Cemetery Hill (part 1)”  I started my Photo journey at the head of East Confederate Avenue, visited the ravine where Hoke’s brigade sheltered, paused to read the memorial tablet and concluded at the southern branch of the Winebrenner/Culp run. 5,386 more words

North Carolina In The Civil War