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Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Boy Scout Troop 28

I just spent a delightful evening speaking to a great group of kids and parents to help them prepare for a day of hiking the Gettysburg Battlefield. 146 more words


Haunt Spots Episode 12: The Farnsworth House


This week we Finally Talk about the city of Gettysburg and a bit about the Civil War.

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Top chefs, local celebrities team up in ALL-STAR competition during Gettysburg's Taste of the Town

GETTYSBURG — Get ready for a scrumptious afternoon on Sunday, April 8 at Liberty Mountain Resort in Carroll Valley.

The Gettysburg Adams Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Top Local Celebrity Chef Competition Battle of the ALL-STARS which is held during the 17th Taste of the Town. 176 more words


March 11, 1861

The Confederate Congress unanimously adopted the Constitution of the Confederacy and by the end of April seven states had ratified it.  Brigadier General Braxton Bragg… 169 more words

American History

Ten Most Important Battles

The Civil War saw hundreds of battles, and at least dozens of them have a claim to fame. But historians think about which ones were really the most important, the ones that changed the course of the conflict and had major historical ramifications. 3,097 more words


Gettysburg National Military Park plans prescribed fires in the southern portion of the battlefield in late March or April

ADAMS COUNTY, Pa.– Gettysburg National Military Park fire managers are preparing for a prescribed fire on two days from late March to late April, weather permitting. 359 more words


March 7, 1861

Two more points in Texas, Ringgold Barracks and Camp Verde, were abandoned by Federal forces.  In Washington President Lincoln conferred with Cabinet members on supplying Fort Sumter.   137 more words

American History