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Civil War Gold Found?

I’m always fascinated to learn about long-lost items from the Civil War that have been discovered. When I lived in Mississippi, it was fun to see what some of my WBTS enthusiast friends found with their metal detectors – from coins to belt buckles to buttons. 548 more words

The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg

The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg by Rodman Philbrick is a delightful tale of a twelve-year old boy who is determined to find his brother who was illegally sold into the army during the American Civil War.  336 more words

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FBI At Pennsylvania Site Where Civil War Gold Rumored To Be Buried

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DENTS RUN, Pa. (AP) – A 155-year-old legend about buried federal gold appears to have caught the attention of the FBI. 144 more words


The Haunted Orphanage of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania ft. Jennie Wade House

Considering how saturated the market is when it comes to haunted attractions and ghost tours, I was a bit skeptical when my friend suggested we book one of these tours during our short trip to Gettysburg, Pennsylavania; But for $15 per person, what did we have to lose? 886 more words


A Winter Weekend in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

“We entered Gettysburg in the afternoon, just in time to meet the enemy entering the town, and in good season to drive him back before his getting a foothold.” 1,839 more words

Battle Of Gettysburg

Top 3 Books - December 2017

Hello! Today I’m back with the promised top 3 books of December! And as it’s rather late currently for me, I’m going to cut with the chit-chat and get straight on with the reviews. 1,186 more words