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Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

May 31, 2020

 

JUNE 20- "Their music was deadly" while they struggled to hold on in the Valley of Death. Join us as we share the story of the “Mozart Regiment”, the 40th NY Volunteer Infantry Regiment as they tried to stem the Confederate onslaught on the afternoon of July 2, 1863. you’ll also see features, some hidden in...


May 29, 2020

 

Patron "Balthazar" took us up on the offer to take your requests for topics or guests. His is the first one that was easily fulfilled. So Bob, Tim Smith, Eric the producer, patron Veronica and a cast of bikers and reenactors met at the beer garden of The Farnsworth House to talk about what the civilians experienced...


May 29, 2020

LANGUAGE WARNING

Robert Lee Hodge is a name known to many in the Civil War and reenacting communities. For those of you who don't know him by name, you probably know some of his work. Either way, after listening to this interview, you won't forget him. He's  a fascinating fella and I thoroughly enjoyed my phone call...


May 22, 2020

Hey everyone. Here’s a quick update for you. Adams county is going I to the yellow phase. So what does that mean? It means that GettysBike Tours will open on Thursday, May 28, with certain restrictions. So make sure you check www.Gettysbike.com or call them at 717.752.7752. 

 

Mason Dixon Distillery is still shipping...


May 15, 2020

LBG Roy Frampton joins Matt, Bob and Tim from near the Howard Statue on East Cemetery Hill. While this Ask A Gettysburg Guide is about the National Cemetery, we didn't think four people on lawn chairs talking into microphones would look appropriate in the cemetery itself. So, we went across the street. 

In this episode,...