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Addressing Gettysburg

Jan 31, 2021


Charlie Fennell is back to take your questions about a Maine regiment that fought at Gettysburg that popular history seems to have forgotten, but they make Chamberlain's fight on Little Round Top look like a slap fighting match, with all due respect to the 20th of Maine. We're talking about the 16th Maine Regiment...

Jan 31, 2021

RELEASED EARLY TO BENEFIT THOSE SUFFERING FROM THE WINTER STORM DUE BETWEEN 1/31/21 AND 2/2/21. I hope this helps you get through the shoveling

Codie Eash joins us once more to discuss Major General John Buford's death, funeral and how he is remembered in this Patreon episode. 

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Jan 29, 2021


We hope you enjoy this free episode as our holiday gift to you for listening to Addressing Gettysburg. This episode and many more like it are available on our Patreon feed. Patreon is one of the ways to support the show that enables us to produce more material for you. In appreciation of the support our patrons...

Jan 25, 2021


Codie Eash is back again to tickle your ears and broaden your mind with this interesting lecture about that time when the great Frederick Douglass came and spoke at Gettysburg. So, sit back, grab your favorite beverage, get out your notebook and learn from Codie. 

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"Written in Ink and Marked with Blood:...

Jan 25, 2021

Every house has history. Yet there's something just a tad more interesting about house histories in and around Gettysburg, even if they're not battle-era.
Kendra Debany has a Facebook page and business called Gettysburg House Histories and she relentlessly hunts down as much information as she can find about...