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Word came today that the National Park Service will begin demolition of the old Cyclorama building at Gettysburg. It was just a matter of time. I never had a real […]
I’ve always had trouble explaining to my wife this nation’s fascination with the Civil War. I am hoping this will help.
Update: The above image of the proposed trails was made available by John Spangler of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. Here is a story that should concern all of […]
I am very excited to share what promises to be one of the most educational and entertaining conferences to come down the pike in quite some time. From March 14-16, […]
It’s a good question and one that I’ve touched on here at Civil War Memory. Our battlefield monuments fit into a broader celebratory landscape that is pervasive throughout our memory […]
For every Southern boy fourteen years old, not once but whenever he wants it, there is the instant when it’s still not yet two o’clock on that July afternoon in […]
On Friday I am heading down to Gettysburg to take part in the Civil War Institute’s annual conference at Gettysburg College. Unfortunately, my move to Boston prevented me from taking […]
Andy Hall has a thoughtful post that explores his favorite scene from Ron Mawell’s “Gettysburg.” I don’t have a favorite scene from any of Maxwell’s Civil War movies. For me […]
No, this is not an Onion headline. I guess it should come as no surprise that the Gettysburg bobblehead controversy has gone viral. The story has appeared in hundreds of […]
This is what happens when you bring together the University of Maryland’s School of Business and the Gettysburg Foundation. Additional tours explore the Crater and the challenges associated with hostile […]