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Pickett's Charge: The Second Wave

Here’s Ranger Troy Harman from this past year’s winter lecture series at the Gettysburg National Military Park giving a compelling case for the second wave of Pickett’s Charge.


Authentic Flavors, Family, and Achieving the American Dream

By Karen Hendricks – Did you know that Mexican restaurants are the third most popular type of restaurant in the U.S.? According to figures from 2014, there are 54,000 Mexican restaurants across the country. 175 more words

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Burgess “Cupid” called on to help

It was a bit early for Valentine’s Day, but Gettysburg Burgess William G. Weaver was called on to serve a cupid in January 1950.

He announced at a meeting that he had received a letter addressed to the “Burgermeister” of “Gettysburgh.” The letter was “printed in German script,” according to the… 575 more words

Gettysburg: Day One

Hello, guys; today we are going to travel to the United states of America to a small town called Gettysburg. This is one of three articles about this three-day battle, which decided the fate of the North American continent in 1863. 815 more words


"We're in the forever business."

Author Brent D. Glass spoke about his new book 50 Great American Places this afternoon in the Commanding Officers Quarters at Governors Island. Author talks are not unusual at Governors Island but there was a particular reason Mr. 241 more words

National Park Service

Four Score and Seven Years Ago

Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. 818 more words

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